La Colonnina Hotel
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A beautiful small hotel with a lovely garden and rooftop terrace and very generous rooms
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... are beautiful, with high cliffs with stratified layers that looked as though they were echoing the waves. The sea is a really incredible shade of deep blue. There are actually quite a few pill boxes left from WWII in the cliffs along the Cinque Terre. Tim and Carol's little brother bonded over trivia and other fun things and became best buds! We returned to Portovenere for a wonderful seaside lunch with pesto pasta and seafood.
On our return ferry we stopped ...
... down to the rooms on the lower floor and the exit to the garden.
I was hot and tired so my first order of business was to have a shower and a short rest. My cold and cough has been bothering me more today, so a rest was needed. After that I went up to the desk for my “welcome” drink and I ordered a Spritz. Anna brought a small dish of potato chips as well, which was a treat as I was starting to get quite hungry. I sat on the patio to check ...
... at a bridge that was wiped out by a landslide 3 years ago. It was possible to take another trail but would have required a 3 hour detour so we passed. It was a hot day and we had to take our packs as we were moving on to Florence later that afternoon, but the views from the trail were worth the ...
... the village of Vernazza. Picture perfect like all Cinque Terre villages, it is wrapped around a small breakwall and has a strong fisherman image and smell. Found the 'fish and chips' hole in the wall that Lyn Mansfield had told us about - line was 30 people back like she also said it would be. Seems like a nice little place. Lots of nice shops. Great gelati. We set off them for Corniglia. This walk wasn't as hard but ...
... Since the floods only the last 3km path from Vernazza to Monterosso is open, so we were glad we were able to do this, BUT we did have to do it in the torrential rain! The path is pretty narrow at certain times and due to the weather it is quite slippery.
We managed to get to every village, our favourite was the one we are staying in ...