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An ideal choice for a break to regain
your inner harmony and be at peace with nature, Agriturismo Sognando
Villa Edera has the warm,discrete glamour of one of the most
welcoming country villas. Each guest will be amazed by the beauty of
the landscape and by the warm hospitality of the owners.Situated just 3Km from the sea,with 5
fully equipped apartments that have been completely restored
... eating out, lots of yummy gelato, a delicious mussel and clam soup, breakfast in a beach side café all very pleasant.
On Monday we took the train through the craggy mountains that make up much of that coastline to five of the little villages the make up a part of the Cinque Terra (pronounced -chinkwa terror).
These little villages have been 'hugging' the coastline for nearly a thousand years, resourceful Italian farmers discovered crops that were ...
... which prompted Anoop to immediately buy a litre. It had an expiry of a few days from then so we figured they had processed it somehow, but it was not pasteurized. We also spotted a focacceria and headed in to grab some bread to enjoy with dinner. Afterwards we wandered back to the waterfront to enjoy the sunset from a bar on the beach. Tan tried the local "limoncino" and I had a “granita”, a kind of slushy but with peach flavour. The sunset was beautiful ...
... Wine and Coffee. It was great and it sure felt better to have a nice hot meal! I wanted to have Pesto on my first night in the Cinque Terre, as it's somewhat of a "tradition". Trofie is a locally specialty that's made for use with Pesto.
While dining I visited with a couple from Holland next to me, a young couple from Seattle (this is the husband’s first trip outside the U.S.) and eventually a couple from Ottawa that sat down next to me. After dinner ...
... mountain to Vernazza. Vernazza is clearly the pick of the five (I took loads of pictures today and that speaks volumes about the scenery). After I arrived I spent 30 minutes or so just relaxing in the sunshine, before catching the train to the last town Riomaggiore, I didn’t mean to do this, I just boarded the wrong train. As it turned out it was a stroke of genius because the trails between two middle towns and Riomaggiore are closed due ...