Hotel Piccolo Mondo
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... today, doing a lot of the walking tracks, have to be very fit as the walking tracks along the coast are closed for maintenance & these ones are up & over the top of the mountains. If you start from the one here it takes you half an hour just to get to the top, steps all the way, let alone to the next town. Am feeling restless so will head off for a little walk & will finish this later on. Dad & I managed a walk up the hill to the what we call the ...
... height of the stair. That's about the grade we're talking about on most stairs in Cinque Terre. It's pretty intense. Intensely awesome. Margherita told us her grandfather lived here well into his 80s -- I hope I'm able to do this in my 80s. If anyone is ever game to come hiking in Cinque Terre, give this guy a call.
On my way back, I stopped at the take-away spot next to the bank (I think it's called Mamma-Mia) and got some pizza on focaccia bread. Simple, ...
Words can't expressed the beauty of Cinque Terre! In 2010, I have seen a picture of Vernazza from a college friend who had visited before, indeed I was mesmerized by its beauty and promised myself that I would go there to see it with my own eyes! Located along the Ligurian sea, Cinque Terre has now become one of the most hot place to go to in Italy besides the typical Venezia, Rome and Florence. It is formed by five small villages along the ...
... that Josh and Joel had the same thing helped the situation slightly..
Our last day of our stay in CT was one of the funnest of our trip. Stayed in Riomaggiore and found a jump rock that was about 10m. Tackled this a couple of times and spent the rest of the day chilling out on the rocks and swimming with a couple of aranchini balls for lunch. Good times. Next stop Berlin to start our Top Deck tour through Scandanavia via a night in transit in ...
... I hope you get to go sometime! We then discovered (thanks to a hot tip from our friends at Trip Advisor) that even though the path from the 1st town to the 2nd town is officially closed, there's no gate stopping you. Hmm. We pondered that ethical conundrum for about two seconds before we decided to take our chances and walk it anyway. We got to walk from Monterosso to Vernazza and it was AMAZING! At Vernazza, we had lunch, then took the train to Corniglia. This is ...