La Buca del Gatto Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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... up an extra hill so, harder to get to, and we wanted to have time to relax.
After purchasing our train tickets for the day, we were just in time for the train to...Manarola. Working our way North from Riomaggiore, we were picking up where we left off yesterday. Manarola was my favorite - I have to say. The vineyard walk alone was one of my Italy highlights (as you'll see). Manarola used to have a stream running through it, which is now ...
... of these dishes.. so moving on.
After lunch we explored Corniglia. When you read Corniglia, read it with a silent G. We had been thinking it was CorniGlia. But it is spoken by Italians as Corn-il-ia. No G sound.
It was an incredible village up in the hills surrounded by vineyards. The juxtaposition of the amazing blue waters of the Italian Riviera coastline with the spectacular scenery of the vineyards was a sight you could never get sick of. That classic combination ...
... of where to go - we had directions from our accommodation but it just said to head down via Roma. At the time we were unaware that it was the Main Street... That the station connects to! The lovely info man told us that! So we literally walked down steps from the station onto via Roma, then walked down the street for a minute, turned left at a pharmacy (as per instruction) and walked up very steep stairs to number 66. The man was there waiting for us. Wow! The view!!
... to the Italian way of cooking, eating and enjoying food and wine. After all, Tuscany is one of the top places for food in the world and we were staying at a tenuta, where they have their own wine, olive oil, bread and eggs. A highlight of this little trip, much to our surprise, turned out to be the Leaning Tower. We had seen the tower some 16 years ago and really didn't remember it being anything that special. ...
... pictures was shocking. Mud piled 13 ft high rolled through some of the towns, throwing cars and wiping out buildings.. Nonetheless, still an amazing site to see each town tucked into its cove along the coast and the first hike I did was probably the best hike - as I was able to hike into the mountains away from everything and everyone and still see the town....now for each towns description, in numerical order but my hike actually went from 5 to 1 (North to South). ...