Locanda Da Marco
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... Italian man working at the market tried to pick up Joanne. He keep asking if we were married. I may have some competition. We tried to find the TI and followed signs all over town and never did find it. We made a gelato stop, a lunch and beer stop, and then just a beer stop. The town is much bigger than the Cinque Terre towns and doesn't have the charm or character. We thought that we may want to stay there on our next visit and then train into the Cinque Terre. ...
... statue of St. Francis with a dog overlooking the bay. I know he was from Assisi, never knew any other Italian town gave him any love but Monterosso clearly did. Trekking up higher I saw a somber looking cemetery, a convent, and some great views of the water.
Monterosso was a seaside town with very little sleaze. I've been to the tourist trap places on the French Riviera, as well as seaside areas in Montenegro and Croatia, and here it just seemed more laid back. I did some ...
... beauty around us the entire time. We arrived in Vernazza in the early afternoon and explored the town and it's Marina. We bought yummy focaccias for lunch and sat and enjoyed the view. We then caught the train to Corniglia as the hiking path to there was closed. Corniglia is a town build on top of a cliff and we had to walk up a long and steep set of stairs from the train station to get there! We walked around Corniglia and enjoyed ...
... the coast but up on the hills/cliffs above. The views on the train from Milan were amazing and they just get better once you are here. We had a great dinner - swordfish and caprese salad with wine ( every dinner of course) and gelato. Enough to forgive the lack of gf pasta. The weather was perfect and the view amazing. Not all of that held for the next day but that'll be another ...
... back to Monterosso before boarding
the train for Corniglia. Used shuttle bus to get to the top of
Corniglia is the 'quiet' middle village that sits atop a 100m-high rocky
promontory surrounded by vineyards. It is the only Cinque Terre
settlement with no direct sea access (steep steps lead down to a rocky