Hotel La Giada del Mesco
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... train to the 3rd town.
The 3rd town is Riley's favorite town because he feels more free.
After we stayed there for awhile we started to walk to the 2nd town.
We asked some people where it was and they thought it was there hardest of them all.
Not for us. The walk was so cool it was more in the woods then on the side of the mountain.
We got to the 2nd town and we had ...
... tracks is closed.
This morning we caught the train to the village at the far end: Riomaggiore. It's a little fishing village like the others but we felt this one had less charm and needed a good spruce up with a good coat of paint. We didn't stay there long.
We then joined the masses (loads and loads of tourists) to catch the train to the next village which was close by: Manarola. This village was a little prettier and we ...
... gnocchi was amazing and the sauce on the mussel pasta was delicious too! We then headed over to the cove to enjoy the view of the water and were amazed at the number of sunbathers and swimmers. We picked up another gelato for dessert and headed off on the last section of the hike.
The last section is about 2 hours long and winds its way over to Monterosso al mare. The path is much narrower and you have to watch your footing a bit more. We climbed up ...
... between the hotel staff in Italian (of course we understood none of it) they called another local hotel and discovered that they had a couple of rooms for us. The lucky stars were shining on us – our new hotel was much better with sea views and a terrace!!!! Plus, we all fell in love with our new hotel proprietor Andrea who took care of us from the moment we arrived. He is like the godfather of 5 Terre – lived there his entire life, ...
I took a train from Bologna to La Spezia as a good jumping off point to explore the cinque terre at a reasonable price. The train ride was gorgeous as we crossed from Emilia-Romagna into Liguria. I watched as buildings turned into terraced green farmland with quaint structures. I chatted with an Italian woman named Manuela who told me all about what her favorite parts of Italy were after I asked what I should see.
When I arrived at the station in La Spezia ...