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... at the Cinque Terre, Francesco cooked us pesto penne and mushroom risotto as well as custard and pear cake with chocolate. In the mornings he prepared fresh yoghurt and fruit platters for us and dropped us down in Monterosso to coast into his (ridiculously attractive) brother Antonio's beach bar and drink fluffy marrochino's. After touring the five coastal villages by day we relaxed over Sangria and wine in the afternoon. Highlights included meeting Kelli and Caitlin ...
... Corniglia - Vernazza - Monterosso.
In October 2011 these towns were devastated by floods resulting in landslides with villages incurring terrible damage. This meant that many paths along the Cinque Terre were closed. After a huge effort a number of paths were reopened, but unfortunately last year the area again experienced heavy rains so a decision was made to close part of coastal track due to possible landslides, meaning we would ...
... translated from Italian Wikipedia): the convent and the church in the Franciscan style, were consecrated in 1623. In 1810, the war with Napoleon threatened the area and the religious complex was confiscated and converted to a garrison of the Ligurian Republic. But in 1816, after the fall of Napoleon, it was returned to the Franciscans. Inside the church there are several paintings and sculptures, including a painting of the Crucifixion attributed ...
boarded the train.
We made a quick train switch and made it to the beautiful city of Vernazza in Cinque Terre
We checked into our room and quickly left for our two minute walk to the sea. It was beautiful
We ordered a pizza with Lizzy's favorite pesto sauce on it
We ate and drank a bottle of wine on the dock as the sunset and had a great time ...
I'd been waiting so long to go to the Cinque Terre as I'd heard so many good things about the area. Unfortunately we had some pretty constant rain on our first day here, however that did not stop us!
The Cinque Terre is a rugged portion of the Italian Riviera where 5 villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso are ...