Grande Albergo Sestri Levante
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... put the metal grill over the coals and set to work barbecuing the sausages. A few split sausages later we added the onion and capsicum, and after an hour since the potatoes had gone in, dinner was ready. The potatoes were absolutely perfect - browned and crispy on the outside, soft in the middle, and that smokey flavour you only get with a fire, just gorgeous. The vegetables were pretty nice as well, the capsicum had roasted up nicely in spots, but ...
... around Vernazza and then also Corniglia. We kept bumping into an older couple from Brisbane along our walk and we had coincidentally sat next to each other the night before enjoying our pizza. The chap had a fresh beer in hand at each village and we both thought his legs would be a bit too wobbly to continue climbing all the stairs. After walking through each village and enjoying the small winding streets and views across the ocean we had an overdue break in ...
Today we set out to finish exploring the Cinque Terre. We still had 2 towns to see. We considered a ferry ride along the coast but it was only running from Monterosso to Porto Venere. The other towns don't have very good facilities for the ferry to dock at so the weather has to be absolutely perfect.
It did look pretty perfect to us today. We had sunshine all day long. We caught the train to Manarola. This is quite a small town, ...
... Unfortunately when the boat arrived we were told that it had been cancelled due to the sea being too rough so instead we had a wander around and found a place to have lunch which was even better as they had London Pride on tap, my first taste of bitter since we left the UK.
They paint a lot of their buildings to look like real stone with fancy stonework around the windows. ...
... station to explore the next town. I decided after the hike, I would start at the last town and make my way back to Monterosso meaning that the next stop was Riomaggiore. I also committed to finding a place to have a sandwich and water to fuel the rest of my day. The trains between the towns are extremely easy to use, and my extensive experience with trains over the past semester helped me, too. Then, my luck ran out. While I was walking through Riomaggiore, it started to rain… ...