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... slower) train with limited stops via Livorno & Pisa, arriving in La Spezia almost 9 hours after leaving Sorrento.
We were met at the station by Damiano, the owner's son and his girlfriend, Valentina, who escorted us to our apartment and gave us a quick tour. They were obviously keen to do other things as they almost left without giving us the keys.
After unpacking, we did a quick explore and eventually found a supermarket, ...
... and then, I wasnt feeling well so I went to bed. Nikki read and the girls went off to do their thing.
Ric: Shrimp and Lobster, French Onion Soup, Duck and Crème Bulee and Soufflé
Nikki: Shrimp and Lobster, Salad, Lobster Macaroni and Soufflé
Regan: Escargot (she shared with us all), French Onion Soup, Salmon and Soufflé
Kelsie: Fried Brie, Salad, Salmon and Chocolate and Peanut Butter ...
... villages, and due to our morning start, the most crowded. It seemed everyone had the same plan as us. Start in the first village, then train back to La Spezia at the end of the day. We wicket decided to take the opposite approach: we hopped the train to the last village--Monterosso.
Best. Decision. Ever.
Monterosso has beautiful pebble beaches. We sat for a while and took it all in.
After a bit of wandering, we stumbled upon the ...
... neat seaside village feel about it. We took heaps of photos and had some lunch there....more pizza....and watched the ferry boat come in. The waves were crashing against the rocks and we were glad we had decided to take the train and not the ferry. We followed a path that took us up the hill to try and take the postcard photos of Vernazza that we had seen. The first path took us up the hill but not to the place ...
... we jumped on the train and headed to check out the 2 towns we hadn't yet explored. First stop was Manarola which was gorgeous and small, there were people rock jumping into the ocean and lots of people sunbathing on the concrete, didn't look very comfortable. Next we headed to the last town Monterosso, as the train was pulling in we could see glimpses of sandy beaches which was very exciting! The beaches were packed, there were areas where ...