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Okay, we went to Genova as promised, but with periodic rain and navigation problems, we were unable to make it to Chris' house. We did see more mopeds than one could ever imagine. They had their own parking areas and were parked four deep for literally a block. And we were later informed they are less popular than in the past.
Now the main event. The entire day on 7 October was spent in a couple of towns in Cinque Terre. Could find no evidence of Romans ...
... Giorgio) which has a beautiful little cemetery (yes strange to use this two words together). Very peaceful.
From there we walked past the entrance to the castle (10am start remember) to lighthouse look out point. I must say today ...
... a mention, maybe their time will come. We decided to skip the next two towns and caught the ferry to Vernazza. Here we were greeted with the cutest little bay and harbour. No powerboats were allowed in the harbour so it made for wonderful swimming, we enjoyed lunch in the sun of calamari, hot chips and pesto pizza all washed down with a couple of Morettis. We spent afternoon sun baking on the lovely big flat granite rocks and paddling around in the harbour, it was ...
Our final day staying in La Spezia and we decided to stick with the plan and head for Portovenere. After our previous experiences with the boat making us all a bit green we decided to catch the bus rather than the boat though.
It was a bit packed going there – all of us standing for most of ...
... a spot on the beach and jump in the water. Awkwardly a massage lady and her client decide to set up shop right next to our quiet and selectively chosen spot so as we lie on the beach there is the typical rubbing/slapping noises next to us!
We have a local 5 terre wine at a bar, a snack and relax as the day ends. Cinque Terre is a beautiful place and it will be sad to leave it.