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... 5 hour hike to Vernazza. Just beautiful vistas and very rugged, challenging terrain. In Vernazza, we had lunch (trenetta pasta with pesto and pansotti spinach stuffed ravioli with pesto) and a liter of the local white wine right next to the end of the hiking trail. We were serenaded during lunch. We enjoyed the town and took the train back to Manarola for the ...
... our landlord, Egido, who arrived promptly to take us to the apartment, right above the main street. Several floors up and no lift, but thats Itlay, and especially the Cinque Terra.
Walked around town to get our bearings, inspect the harbour, find where the trail heads were, and get the latest update on what was or wasn't open.
Decided we could do the Varnazza to Monterosso al Mare coastal walk. It was between ...
... in the city and headed back to the apartment.
From there we finished settling in and I am now blogging. Doug is snoozing and we are overall awesome. I hope everyone is doing awesome.
Other Side Notes:
Fitbit updates – so far I have not had a day under 15,000 steps.
I enjoyed Venice much more than I thought I would. It is such a unique city.
Doug is awesome. Duh.
We have no Wifi in this apartment ...
... 400 steps below the town. Quite a little hike in 90 degree heat. But that was just a warm-up for what came after our tour of the town.
After about thirty minutes walking around town, we began our hike. Now, normally, there is a trail that goes along the coast all the way between the five towns called Via dell'Amore ("The Walk of Love). But due to a landslide a couple years ago, and the poor economy not allowing for repairs, the short, direct trail between Corniglia ...
... 8211; we were both breathing quite heavily and our legs were a little more than shaky - when we saw a local elderly couple doing the most technically challenging area carrying buckets (the man was even smoking a cigar).
We managed to walk the high path from Manarola to Corniglia in about 2.5 hours. We enjoyed our first cappuccino of the day in Corniglia (see below) before setting off ...