Hotel Il Negresco
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- Minbar in room
- Babysitting service
- High-speed internet in room
- Kids pool
- Russian TV Channels Available
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We spent 3 nights at the Villa Adriana in Monterosso, the most northern of the 5 villages that perch on the cliffs overlooking the sea and are known as Cinque Terra. The weather was hot and sunny and we had a swim each afternoon to cool down. We had a 2 day train pass that allows you to travel from village to village. We had hoped to do some walking along the trails beside the water but the shortest from Riomaggiore to Manarola was closed. With temperatures in the 30s ...
... rain. The town is very very beautiful, even in the rain. I walked to a couple of the spots to take photos and decided not to stop to eat anywhere. Instead I found a place to sit out of the rain and then enjoyed my orange, pistachios and a bottle of water and marmalade pastry I bought. Then I jumped back on the bus and headed back to Vernazza which didn't take too long. Headed for dinner at my usual spot, but it was closed. So I headed for the more tourists sit ...
... of Manarola. We walked around the town, including along the hillside covered with vineyards. We ate at a seafood restaurant overlooking the ocean. The next day we explored the third town of Corneglia. It is higher up from the ocean than the other towns and is especially known for its winemaking. We then continued on to Montesso for a much needed beach day! During that night we endured ...
... pass others going in the opposite direction so we had to find a place to stop to allow them to pass and we passed a lot of Aussies along the way, however, the Germans never said thank you for letting them pass as they obviously felt entitled. I am glad we left Vernazza at 9:00am as we didn't come across other walkers until about the last third of the walk. There were few hand rails and the path looked a bit dodgy in parts. Apart from that, the views right along the track ...
... but after a quick swim and some lunch it was off to the national park.
As we start the trail from Monterosso to the fourth village vernazza we have to produce our tickets to get access to the national park. As we are showing these to the guy he says 'do you really want to do this'. We were both like oh **** what are we getting our selves in for! As it turned out we had gotten ourselves into a medium difficulty walk. The first half hour of ...