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These little villages are right out of picture postcards; beautiful colors, patterns, shapes and textures, it was ‘photographer heaven’. Everywhere is steep, stairs, narrow cobbled laneways and tiny little shops with colourful craft, clothing, local produce and FOOD, it made it very hard to know which way to look. There are also harbours ...
... stopped and bought ham olives and peaches for our trip ...we had bread left over from breakfast...grabbed our swimmers and off we went .... Got to the train station to find the train was on time yeh ...better than yesterday ...the plan was to race and catch the ferry leaving 10 minutes after our train arrival ....we raced through the tunnel and arrived at the boat ticket office to find that due ...
May 4, 2012 - the day we actually hiked from Riomaggiore to PortoVenere and wow, are we feeling smug to have done that!
Began the day with a short ride on the train from Levanto, "home", to Riomaggiore, the most easternly, or southernly of the five CT villages. We knew we wanted to hike to PortoVenere, and since most of the trails further north were closed anyway, we took on on this hike. It was, to say the least, challenging! We didn't really get going ...
... few steps further lands you in the main square, from where you can pretty much see the whole town. Not much in the way of shops or restaurants, and a few signs for accommodation so if you decided to stay I could see it being very quiet.
Also being 400 steps from the sea would make a quick dip out of the question.
Returned to the station via the 382 steps on the sign. Probably a quicker route than via the road, and with a continuous view of the great ...
We checked out of our gorgeous Florence hotel and headed to Cinque Terre, with a few stops along the way in Lucca and Pisa. When we arrived in Lucca, we stopped in the city center to rent bicycles to go around the outer wall of the town (Passeggiata della Mura) and to give our legs a break. I allotted an hour for that but we circled the entire town in like 20 minutes so we decided to keep our little bikes ...