- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... back. The town was closed to all but emergency personnel, but this couple was allowed to wade through the mud to retrieve their luggage from the hotel only because their passports were there. Interesting talking to them.
Little overcast, but low chance of rain so we decide to take train to town #4, Vernazza, and spend some time there. Some trains were late and some cancelled, but we made it there by noon to walk all the streets ...
... church at the top of town this morning, quite a rise in elevation that gave us the vantage of eventually looking out at tremendous vistas. Walkways and roads built one small stone at a time, become worn after 500 or 600 years.
Sometimes called the Italian Riviera, it has a flow of people from all over the world moving through,
spending a few days hiking, eating or resting. The first day here we ate lunch with a couple from Oslo, wonderful ...
... marks of where the mud had torn away the plaster and fresh work had been done.
During the day, there were almost as many workmen in the town as tourists, and so after dinner we retired with a bottle of wine to our balcony ... and as yet another sign of all the work still to be done in Vernazza, we had to return the next day to the cafe to pay for ...
... pretty town after pretty town on the Italian Riviera.
Drive. Find pretty town Noli. Nowhere to park to even attempt to find a place to stay. When we double park Kerry finds no vacancies. Tourist information state that there’s nothing on, events, festivals etc it’s just because it’s a Saturday and they apparently are VERY busy…
Same again, and again.
Now it’s 4pm and we’ve not ...
... I don't even have to find a place to stay!
So, on Friday, we waited until about 3pm and then walked to Corniglia. It took us about 75 minutes, and it was a pretty good workout (fabulous running women, it's not really possible to run in Cinqua Terra - maybe jog on the spot. The towns are very small, but hiking the trail between the towns got me up to target heart rate!). The views of the water and the little towns ...