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Today was an exciting day because today was the day Josef was coming. He had been to Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam and then to meet up with us and we couldn't wait to hear about Tomorrowland. We got coffee and a strange chocolate muffin thing and then I went and got pizza from Momma Mia's. We wanted to do a hike while we waited for Josef who wasn't supposed to get there until two so we began finding our way to the trail. We started walking and then realized the ...
... cocktails at a little bar a few doors down from our apartment. We met up with the boys and went to a pub. For 8euro we all got all you can eat food for the night (pasta, grilled veg, salad, meats etc-continually brought out fresh) and a cocktail. The night was spent all of us trying random cocktails. Sams favourite was the espresso one. After the game we headed back to bed, still struggling to recover from ...
... sea became visible. The ride was close to three hours.
From Levanto we had to take the Cinque Terre train to Manarola. When buying our tickets, the agent informed me that there are lots of pickpockets on the train and to keep my money in front of me. I’ve been doing that all along so no worries. The ride took 20 minutes.
Upon arrival in Manarola we had to pull our luggage ...
... place! The beautiful clear blue water, and the colourful houses/buildings built right on the rocky cliffs over looking the Mediterranean. Here at La Spezia we boarded a cruiser boat which took us into the 5 ports of the villages along this coastline. It was cool on the water and a very pleasant ride . The engineering to build all those houses on the cliffs like that... Amazing!
We stopped for lunch at Monterosso, the farthest Village. Haydn and ...
... and swim. It was great, but also a little salty. Bleh! The sun was warm and bright, but we wanted to move on, so we chose to hike from Monterosso to Vernazza, the next stop. You had to either have the Cinque Terre Park Pass card or pay, but no one was there at the checkpoint, so we didn’t even have to bother. There were more people, and it was very up, up, up and down, down, down. There were lots of steep stairs that were tiring on ...