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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Maggiore Moneglia
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... village and came home. It was pretty hot by this time and we'd just spent two and a half hours waiting for trains or riding them! We've since heard other people saying they've done the same thing!
Monterosso was very picturesque with two beaches with a few swimmers and lots of empty sun chairs. I think everyone was out riding the trains like us!!!
David said the walk was great as were the views. There were lots of steps and climbing and he had a good workout from ...
... have this problem too! Not all, but a lot! Which means....drum roll...I must be Italian! Hurrah! I shall no longer complain about poppy eyes anymore. Back to Cinque Terre... Unfortunately, my very dodgy immune system decided to kick the bucket again, so I ended up turning up to Riomaggiore with a very unwelcome cold. I wasn't about to let a stupid cold ruin my possibly-once-in-a-lifetime visit, so I soldiered on (possibly giving myself a chest infection, but ...
Cinque Terre - incredible! What an great place! It's so much more than what I hoped it would be! This was by far the best place I've been to so far and I'm afraid there's no chance I'll be able to write how amazing it was! In italian, cinque means five and the word terre originally comes from latin which means town. So you get "Five Towns" in English. Yesterday afternoon I got there without a hostel reservation, ...
... city as we wind down the height we’ve just wound up. Kerry asks at one point if I'm enjoying this to which I lie and say 'no'.
As we decend it's now getting desperate as we're both tired, have been turned down by the many, many hotels we have enquired in and we're both secretly wondering what the *uck we're gonna do. No idea what’s at the bottom and thoughts of turning back are put aside when we come into a town on the sea. ...
... They had hundreds of giant car-sized slabs along the highway that I guess had to be processed and polished. Then we kept on going to the coast, passing by La Spezia, and finally arriving in Cinque Terre (English: Chink-wah Terry).
It was beautiful, the steep cliffs and sea. The water was a clear blue. The entire cliffside had these terraces of flowers and plants which keep the soil together to prevent landslides. They will give you ...