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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Moneglia
... to get out of the water onto a pebbly slippery beach afforded great amusement for some chinese tourists.
It was a long and hot 8 hours but visually spectacular.
This area is certainly quite a heavenly place to visit but they love their staircases here.
I also learnt not to trust locals in these hilly towns as to how steep the hikes are. They have a level of fitness out of my league and a stroll for them to get some milk is what I would consider a hike! ...
... doors and secret stairways. At every turn there was a choice and one of us would shout out left or a right, up or a down. I felt like I could have been a member of the Famous Five discovering a new found town on a deserted island.
Soon our exploring was put to an end by the commencement of rain so we headed back to the station to hop on a train to the next town where we were to settle into our hostel. At the station we befriended two more Kiwi ...
... meter from the top of the mountain and 400 meters from the sea. We were exactly in the middle. There are also "pillars" that are required for safety to be left alone in the quarry. They are approximately 30 m square. The blocks are cut to order and they cut only until 430pm and not on Saturday afternoon or Sundays. The stones are cut by removing a 3 meter high top portion of a wall of marble. Then the workers go up to that opening and cut the back of the pillar of marble ...
... 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 ...
... to get on the train. We made it!
We arrived in Cinque Terre, at the first village of Riomaggiore. It was beautiful, but unfortunately raining which made hiking around a little less enjoyable. I want to go back and see it in the summer, it's a must! In Riomaggiore, we were hungry so we stopped and got lunch. I had some very good homemade pesto lasagna and then we continued walking through the village and saw some of my favorite views in all of Cinque Terre.