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Our last port of call before disembarking again and spending the night in Rome. We were thinking of staying in the same hotel,as before but the price had gone up by over 100euros since last week . The tourist season is obviously in full swing!
Genoa is another city with various styles of architecture , relaxed( although it is Saturday )and built on a hillside which looks out over the ...
... and not some variety of barefoot, and roasted veal. I then realized I had wandered aimlessly, and was not entirely sure of where the hotel was. About 45 minutes later I found it, and decided I deserved some gelato.
I had the night to myself, woke up in the morning to be picked up again by Alberto and drive to La Spezia, about one hour, to meet up with the boat. The hotel breakfast was even delicious, fresh croissants, fresh coffee, and nutella packets! Genius.
Since I had never been in Italy, I was surprised to see such mountainous terrain. Of course, I could not take pictures, but it is lovely and quite rugged.
i was also happy to see how scalloped the whole Mediterranean coast is between Genoa and Nice. One beautiful little bay after another.
... he was mad and frequently commented about it but I was very proud of him. My knee held up really well thank goodness, otherwise im not sure if something had gone wrong i could've been saved. At the end after seeing beautiful vineyards (italians LOVE their vineyards) at the end brent went for a swim in the ocean.
That night we pretty much showered and went to bed. (after some more pasta)
Cinque Terre is definitely one of our favourite stops so far.
... English, Italian, and French.
I pressed on to tackle the rough trail to Monterosso. Since this was only the 2nd stretch of low coastal trail that was open following the floods, this trail was quite congested. Much of the trail is only one person wide and frequently bottlenecks of 30 people would wait to pass a narrow stretch on a cliff. The views continued in every direction and it was ...