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... street for 24 euro. Craig had mussels and spaghetti to get a break from salads. It was the second time he'd had mussels and they are what in NZ we'd call pippies - literally that big and you'd be prosecuted for taking them. The we walked to the harbour where the ferry operates from and an old castle sits above it. We got chatting with an Australian couple waiting for the ferry and two Canadian women, from Toronto - Linda and Terri-Lee - having a beer before doing ...
... to go for a walk around where we are staying. There are lots of hill paths and you can take some of these to walk down to Riomaggiore, the closest of the Cinque Terre villages to Biassa. On our walk we had a companion, one of the many local cats - he followed us the whole way purring - he was a real character. Biassa is on the edge of the National Park and it is surrounded by forest. This makes it quite peaceful and a haven away from the busy tourist ...
... the trail are spectacular and well worth the effort. Apart from the views, one of the highlights is an encounter with a grape grower who set up a lemonade stand by the trail just outside Monterosso. On offer were freshly squeezed lemonade and for those so inclined, small bottles if limoncello , which is popular in Italy. It's very tasty and refreshing at the end of our hike, despite its 25% plus alcohol ...
... the terrace with our new friends from Norway, Australia and Canada. We ate dinner at a small restaurant at the foot of the stairs. I finally got to try the famous local dish - trofie (small pasta made from a little potato and flour) with pesto - pesto originates from here. It was delicious. We finished the evening with gelato as we walked around Monterosso on our last evening ...
... couple of places that Debra recommended. First stop was just a few kilometres down the road at the Ponte della Maddelena, a magnificent 14th century medieval bridge.The bridge has an incredible high arch and the morning light and darkening sky made for great reflections.
The arresting sight of Ponte della Maddelena, sometimes known as the Ponte del Diavolo, or Devils Bridge, was built by a wealthy ...