Hotel Il Ponte
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Is it okay when you are traveling to be disappointed? Every place we've been so far has met or even exceeded my expectations, so I guess it was just a matter of time or basic statistics that eventually the bubble would burst. It has. Perhaps it's a result of watching too many Rick Steves' PBS segments about the Cinque Terre (sank-weh tary), the five Italian towns ...
... we found seats with a desk and 220 volt to power our sorry Surface Pro tablet. It was a good time to catch up on our blog. It was a rainy day and we could occasionally get a glimpse of the Alps.
We changed trains in Milan then caught the local in Monterosso to Riomaggiore. We called our new landlord and made arrangements for him to meet us at the station. Thankfully, ...
... room and laid down and soon everyone else went to bed also. When me and Sophie were trying to fall asleep, we kept hearing weird noises that we knew were coming from Ethan and Josef's room but were nontheless terrifying. We realized that we had a closet that we hadn't checked and as we asked if anyone was there, jokingly, Ethan whispers "yes" in the creepiest voice you could ever imagine. We screamed and huddled together in complete terror. Sophie flung ...
... Travelling at ridiculous speeds through mountainous ranges with sheer cliffs and European cars overtaking us at even more ridiculous speeds and trucks beeping at us for god knows what, was not exactly my idea of a good time .... But as it seems Waz was in his element. Despite the fear, when I sneaked a peak out the window the view of the hillside towns were spectacular.
Driving into Monterosso was even more of a challenge as we snaked ...
... fourth village, Vernazza. This village was the one that was hit the hardest by a landslide a couple of years and the community is still working on repairing the town. After lunch we headed to the fifth and final village, Monterossi which is known for its beach. The walk between the 4th and 5th towns was definately the hardest. There was an extremely steep set of 400 odd stairs which hurt our knees but would of been a hell of a lot worse if we had hiked the ...