Hotel Eva La Romantica
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Eva La Romantica Moneglia
We loved our stay here! It's only a short train ride from the Cinque Terre, but far, far from the many tourists who swarm to the 5 towns of the Cinque Terre! Also the breakfast and food prepared at the restaurant here are great!
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... beside us, we watched the constant follow of people of all ages coming and going. Everyone that stopped in for a bite and a beverage had an entire pizza to themselves, knives and forks optional. I found the best most appropriate way to inhale a slice was to use the rolling method. Kory opted for the fold in half.
Feeling over fed and a bit buzzed we saw the sun coming out and carried on with our day finally, it turned out we had been able to chip away 5 hours ...
... knew we had donated money and time to the cause of repairing the trails and weren't prepared to pay that. In comparison the train ticket is cheap and air conditioned so we ook some phtos looking down at the town then walked the town a bit more and headed back to the station to train to Monterosso.
Monterosso is definitely the biggest with a lot of shops and a really nice beach filled with umbrellas. The beaches are divided into public and private ...
After a great first night in Corniglia we spent a day and a half hiking the Cinque Terre trails and visiting the five towns. Unfortunately two legs of the trail were closed but the two more intense legs - between Corniglia and Vernazza, and Vernazza and Monterosso- were open. We hiked both of those the first day and then trained to Riomaggiore and Manarola the next morning. It was too bad we couldn't hike the whole thing but it was still an amazing ...
... also the shrine of the Madonna di Reggio above Vernazza. Each village has a shrine with a panoramic position.
The second village was Monterosso al Mare. It has a sandy beach and is much more of a resort area. There are plenty of hotels for destination vacationers. Along the promenade there are many restaurants , cafes, and gelato shops. We treated ourselves to a delicious pistachio and chocolate ...
... on the right path and we would keep going. I am still convinced there is nothing about Cinque Terre that is real life.
Eventually, all of the trees and random narrow alleyways of stairs opened up into an amazing view of Monterosso and its beach – the only proper long sandy beach in Cinque Terre. The original plan had been to make it to Monterosso at a decent enough time to enjoy some lounging on the beach. Well, with all of our stops, picture-taking, and lunch ...