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Our plan was to train early in the day to Corrigliia, about 12 minutes away, and then walk to Vernazza before it got too hot, and then for David to keep walking to Monterosso on the hardest and steepest part of the walk.
Because we got to the station early, we got an earlier train, but this passed all our stops and we landed in the last village where the walk is closed. We had coffee and breakfast and waited for an hour for the train back to Corrigliia. We were told ...
... view/gather our breath! At the end of the walk we walked down hundreds of stairs so were glad we had walked in the direction we had!
We had a much needed swim and beer in Monterosso before training back to Riomaggiore. We picked up a few bottles of 2 euro wine (not too bad actually!) and chilled on the deck. Kate and Nicky went on a dinner mission and came back with a 1.5 litre bottle of red wine for 3 Euros (along with pasta ...
After reaching Volastra, we hiked down to Corniglia, which has a beautiful little bay, then we made our way to Monterosso, with its wide curving beaches. I think I understand why this part of Italy is called the Italian Riviera. I had a raspberry gelato, then headed to the ocean to swim. While I didn’t go all the way in the water, it was a relaxing way to end the day.
Tomorrow we head to northern Italy, to Milan and ...
... on the right path and we would keep going. I am still convinced there is nothing about Cinque Terre that is real life.
Eventually, all of the trees and random narrow alleyways of stairs opened up into an amazing view of Monterosso and its beach – the only proper long sandy beach in Cinque Terre. The original plan had been to make it to Monterosso at a decent enough time to enjoy some lounging on the beach. Well, with all of our stops, picture-taking, and lunch ...
... by our chairs. We also had a peach and an apple that we brought along. At 3:30 we finally got tired, so packed up and headed out. The train back to Vernazza didn’t leave until 4:20 or so, so we walked up to old town Monterosso, where we got two more peaches, which the boys ate in a little park that we found.
After naps and cappuccinos, we left to climb up to the top of Castello Doria. On the way out we ran into ...