Hotel Villa Toscana
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... So new plan. We find a bus to Portovenere and cross our fingers that we make the 2 p.m. ferry.
We made it - and the ferry ride was absolutely glorious. We saw the 5 villages of 5Terra from the water and the trails we walked the day before. So cool.
Once we arrived in Monterosso we hit the big beach and the water. Fun fun fun!
It was colder than anticipated but it was okay once you got in. We swam in Mediterranean on our first stop in Castlelamarre and again on ...
... they were rather challenging as the space between them was an akward distance.
Down, down, down we went and finally met the road. Taking a moment to reorient ourselves, we soon continued our commute to the train station. Upon arriving at the train station we got in the ticket line to purchase our Cinque Terre passes, which would allow us to get on and off the train multiple times between the 5 cities. Cinque Terre literally means ...
... trails, a multitude of them, but be forewarned, as is made abundantly clear in the notices posted near the hiking maps, this is not hiking for the uninitiated or weak-kneed. I heard one woman, a little past the age of what I would dub hiking-age, she had to be closing in on 60, said it was a mistake for her to attempt a hike. "My knees are killing me. I should have never done that." And she had only hiked from one town to another; not from ...
... more photos. The tower of this Castello really had a single person staircase and it was quite tricky to gauge traffic flow. We went up of course - more steps. We stopped on the way back down for a coffee overlooking the port with views up to Monterossa. This felt like a decadent treat but only cost a few euros. Toilet stops accompany any purchase as we don't like paying for ...
... from the 12.10pm departure time (thank goodness the nice Italian man sitting near us spoke good English). The departure time kept stretching more and more until we eventually left more than 2.5 hours after the original departure time. There were further delays along the journey, so we arrived on the Cinque Terre nearly 3 hours late. We got off the train at Monterosso, the major town/village out of the 5, as that was the only place the train stopped before ...