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Our plan was to train early in the day to Corrigliia, about 12 minutes away, and then walk to Vernazza before it got too hot, and then for David to keep walking to Monterosso on the hardest and steepest part of the walk.
Because we got to the station early, we got an earlier train, but this passed all our stops and we landed in the last village where the walk is closed. We had coffee and breakfast and waited for an hour for the train back to Corrigliia. We were told ...
... this success there had to be a kink somewhere. Well, the kink was that as much as we'd tried to buy normal sausages, one taste and we realised our mistake - we'd bought frankfurters again! Argh! Still they were much nicer than the ones in Mongolia, so we had a laugh and enjoyed our camp dinner none the less. I packed the bike up all ready for tomorrow's trip to Ravenna, we plan on leaving early so we can avoid the tollways and still get there at a reasonable ...
... was particularly good, its hard to believe that it's all paint effects.
Monday 1st April. Only 4 months left of our year now, it’s gone so quick! Also it’s our last day here in Sestri Levante so we went down to the station and caught the train to Cinque Terre, which are five villages that are cut off by mountains choked with olive groves and ...
A day trip to Cinque Terre (five lands) was described in a local tour brochure as "an intense, unforgettable day". That was definitely our experience of visiting the five lands, but could equally describe our driving journey to get there and back; I think it's official - I've now been sacked as the navigator. It all sounded so straight forward when the Avis lady described how to get there. Firstly take the A1 towards ...
... is Monterosso al Mare, the only one with a large beach and promenade connecting its historical center to the new Fegina quarter.
Monterosso al Mare
The town of Monterosso is divided into two distinct parts: the old town and the new town. The two areas are connected by a single tunnel that caters to pedestrians and the very few cars in the town.
Monterosso is a small town that in the summer months is overrun by tourists.