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... a tap in the church grounds for a much needed drink .It was now past midday so decided to turn about and head back .We rested under a tree and ate our apples in the company of another local dog .
Back at the farmhouse and the kettle was on before we had even offloaded the back packs
.It was now siesta time so we settled back with tea, books and maps under the pergola draped with grape vines .
Pietro (Lelia's) husband came ...
... We were hopelessly out of sync with the train timetable and had to wait for 40 minutes before the next train arrived. Monterosso is the liveliest of the five towns and also has the only sandy beach in the area. It is a hive of activity with young families and groups of teenagers feeling equally at ease. We struggled, once again, to find an open restaurant. Apparently 11:55 is ridiculously early to sit down for ...
... This took us a whole of 10 minutes! By this stage it was coming to dinner time so we found the only place open for dinner and made our way in. I had the seafood pasta which I thought was fitting for a fishing village!
That night we walked around a little bit before heading to our apartment for a goodnight's sleep.
For our second day in the Cinque Terra region we caught the train to the next village ...
... changing, but we doubted we would be able to find anything better at such short notice. We grabbed some dinner and had a chilled night doing not a lot.
We woke second day and planned to do the famous hiking trail. Packing our day packs and setting off we went to buy the trail pass. Unfortunately due to landslides and floods parts of the trail have been closed. The trail was only open from towns 3 to 4. None the less we caught the train to town three ...
... walk back towards the old town brought us to our hotel, where we packed up our belongings (Limoncino-less, sadly), set our alarms, and slept the sleep of the truly exhausted.
Tomorrow: Venice! But first, sleep. Wonderful sleep.
Lessons learned today:
- I don't care how fresh it is, I'm still not eating a sardine.
- La Spezia was heavily bombed in WWII, and in the reconstruction era, the city decided to build ...