Hotel La Pineta
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... from toes and a slow walk home completes the day.
We have wised up now and booked an outdoor table at a waterfront cafe for dinner. Tables have proved elusive otherwise. Pasta all round is excellent again. We are yet to have bad food in this town.
But it's probably time to try somewhere different tomorrow. Somewhere further down the coast, we ...
... rocky shore, with man-made terraced cliffs in the background, a growing place for lemon trees and vineyards.
From Manarola, the tour used to walk 1km down a trail called "The Walk of Love", but it was closed in 2012 due to rock slides. Too bad! Instead we took the train, a very short ride, to our next village stop, Riomaggiore.
From Riomaggiore, we boarded a boat and cruised north up the scenic coast to Monterosso, the largest of the ...
... months prior, a landslide had rendered the walkway impassable.
Although this was a disappointment, we found a cafe right on the cliff in Riomaggiore and had drinks and nibbles and watch the sunset from there......magical!
We hopped back on the train and headed home for Levanto. It was a very long, full day but it was full of wonderful memories.
... of marriage they had lived together for about 3 months! All nice young people. Angelo, himself, was a bit of a crusty old guy with not much to say, and when he did talk he was really hard to understand. But the day was gorgeous and warm, the water was brilliant blue, and the company was good. What more could we ask for?
We took off and Angelo immediately popped the cork on some prosecco, so we toasted our trip as we slowly left the harbor. ...
... Interesting to watch.
The afternoon consisted of:
Lunch in the hotel garden... Takeaway mixed fish and chips with moretti beer to wash it down of course. Birra (beer) is cheaper than coca cola and a lot more refreshing. Even Debbie drinks European beer.
Le Tour watching during siesta - this time in Italian.
Swim before dinner. Deb invested in a pair of swimming goggles so she could float around and observe the marine life. Lots ...