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... day here in Monterosso. Awesome; and probably the last time ever. (which is the only reason I went in that salty water for a second time.)
Following the fun in the water we grabbed some wine (big surprise) and headed back home to change for dinner.
Dinner, our last in Italy, was at the resktaurant below us in the same building - as recommended by Luca, our host.
The food was incredible, the company even better.
It was a great last day. Tomorrow marks the road home. ...
... five lands”.
The first stop was Riomaggiore. Here the easiest hike, the Via del Amore, commences. We got off the train and stopped at a nearby cafe to grab breakfast and coffee, as we hadn’t had time in our rush to leave the house. I got my usual croissant and coffe. Confession: I actually bought two croissants. I’m used to eating 6 egg whites, 1/4 cup of oatmeal and 1/4 cup of berries every morning. One measly ...
... town to the fifth town, Monterosso al Mare to Riogaggiore. (None of the trails are, so I'm told, on a flat plane, they are all up and down, and many of the ups and downs are on stair steps.)
Map: I had hoped this would come out clearer but it didn't. From the top is Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. On our train trip we started in Monterosso, where our hotel was up the mountain, and got off for ...
... used this one to change into her bathers but it was the smallest toilet in the world and so it was quite an effort. Richard was left wondering where she was. We walked throughout he windy alleyways of this tiny town before deciding to change our plans because of the time and catch the train down to the third of the 5 towns. - Corniglia and have lunch there. It seemed like a good ...
... which was beyond our destination. We went to purchase a ticket for Vernazza (the next village, only 4 minutes away) and I asked which platform and time the train would be coming. We went to platform 3, as advised and got on the next train – once it had left, and it flew through the stations of the five villages, we realised we were bound for La Spezia. The worst part was that Giacomo, our B&B host, was waiting for us in the village square at ...