Hotel Dei Tigli
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We spent the evening playing draughts( neither of us had played for ages) but it was good to exercise the brain and great fun.The score so far is two all.
Buona notte Amanda xxx
We were supposed to get up early today, BUT. We finally got out to the bike station at 9.30 hired our bikes and off we went on ...
... breakfast we may not be the best judges.
Monterosso is the largest of the Cinque Terre villages and may be the most popular with tourists. Much of the village is flat and it looks like it may be the most prosperous.
We hopped on the train and took the short ride to Vernazza. This town is similar to Riomaggiore in that it is built on steep slopes that emerge out of the sea. Every foot step is either uphill or downhill. This village was also packed with ...
... alleyways and were shown the arches that are built between the building to give them stability and hold them together and apart. We then wandered up to the square where we visited two churches. The first was the Church of S.Giovanni Battista dating back to 1244 with the two coloured fašade and a tracery rose-shaped window. In close proximity is the oratory Mortis et Orationis (Death and Prayer), it is baroque style. In the interior there is the original seats with ...
... the narrow alleys and streets with the quaint market shops (no cars in the villages). We wanted to source some authentic Italian food. We settled on a Pizzeria and ordered up big! There was so much food...but we managed! The beer was cold , the food was awesome!
We paddled our feet in the ocean, wishing that we had brought our swimmer. It was 40 deg and not another person could be crammed onto the "beach". There was even a sign "Beach Full". Well ...
... So helpful.
After a quick trip to supermarket we headed to station to catch a train to Monterosso, the furthest town away in the Cinque Terre. We were going there to meet friends from Perth who happened to be here at the same time. We enjoyed a lovely meal with them in one of quaintest beachside towns I have ever seen.
Our friend gave us some good advice about villages to visit and ways to go about it.