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... I like it how they are put on the edge of a cliff face.
The picture in our unit is the 4th town. We stayed here for a long time.
We were going to walk to the next town but Dad found a landslide so it was blocked off.
Then we sat down and had something to eat. It started to rain so we stayed there watching the rain fall on the 4th town. But we were not wet.
... so cute and quaint and just what you expect from one of the towns in the Cinque Terre. We wander around at leisure and have a little longer than usual before catching the train to Riomaggiore as unfortunately the walking path between the two towns, Via Dell'Amore (Love Walk), is closed for repairs. It is probably the easiest walk on the whole of the Sentiero Azzurro (Light Blue Trail) that links the five towns. We took the train from Manarola to Riomaggiore which is no more ...
... the rocks below and it looked amazing. We were hoping for a swim in Levanto once we got back to camp. We walked for about 1.5 hours before arriving in Vernaza. We had enjoyed pesto gnocchi at a restaurant near the train station last time and were glad to see that they still had it on the menu. We found a spot and ordered pesto gnocchi all around. Then Dad and Anoop spotted mussel pasta on the table next to us and decided to order one of those for them to share as ...
Cinque Terre (called 5 Terre by the locals): Absolutely amazing and one of the most beautiful places in the world. We arrived by train (3.5 hours) to find out that the hotel we had booked through Hotel.com did not have a reservation for us and no vacancies. Given the train had no air conditioning and it was very, very hot (in Italy terms "emergency hot" also referred to as the African winds), we were just a little concerned….
After listening to ...
... and blue, there were large cliffs and atop them were colorful buildings, vineyards, and wild brush.
We marched on, arriving at the downhill portion of the climb. Stair after stair we descended - what goes up, must come down. We made it to Monterosso and we noticed they had a large beach where some people were sunbathing and swimming. Since I was steaming hot I decided to go for a swim, but dad didn't have the right attire. The Mediterranean was ...