Hotel La Pineta al Mare
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- Free parking
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- Continental Breakfast
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... the train was a good option. Our first full day, Sunday, we visited Riomaggiore and Manarola. They were packed with locals and tourists swimming, jumping off cliffs, eating, drinking and shopping. The streets were narrow and no cars are allowed in the town centres. We enjoyed dinner overlooking the water in the cooler evening temperatures. Monday was less crowded and we visited Corniglia and Vernazza. Unlike the other villages, Corniglia is perched on a cliff ...
... at the end of town, lots of people in there. Ordered tomato salad, pasta and a pizza to go. All of it was good. Met a couple from North Carolina. Brought the pizza back to the place I was staying and then sit down and chilled. Angela brought tea, which was fantastic and I ate my pizza a little while later for dinner. We sat and cheated about Fabio studying Hebrew, etc. he had several books on the subject and he said a lot of his friends are Jewish. Amazing. Headed to bed before ...
... storm with lighting and thunder that bounced off of every mountain face making the sounds last forever. We woke up to rain, however it didn't last long. We were still able to take the boat from one end to the other and saw stunning views of all towns. We spend the afternoon exploring Vernazza and spent the evening back in riomaggiore. We booked our train tickets to Rome for tomorrow ...
... It makes you realise how over-regulated we are in Australia as this path would not be open to the public without a lot of work being done on safety measures and signage (of which there was none here). Italy has a first class world famous attraction but unless they get their act together and repair the damaged parts of the path they will lose tourists to other parts of Italy and Europe. It was nice to walk in to Monterosso and I really liked this town which is really a beach resort and ...
... was straight up a massive number of stairs. this probably wouldn't have been so bad if it wasn't mid 30 degrees, but it was that hot and that hard! Thankfully it levelled out, but the heat made even walking on flat ground hard work. We made it to Vernazza after about two hours. We had a well deserved couple of cold drinks each, sat down for a bit before we continued on the hike back to Corngila. This was another 1 1/2 hours of the same ...