NH La Spezia
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Today was absolutely fantastic! It started off with a very yummy breakfast that had the most selection so far. Then we went on a train to the cinque terre region. The first place on the stop was monterosso. Monterosso was beautiful, we sat on the beach for a while and collected stones and then we eventually had to go on a hike. The hike was amazing …
Today was an interesting day.... It started off with a good breakfast (even though none of us wanted to get up as a result of a very late night last night) We then hopped into a bus and travelled to Pisa. We walked through a market and then got to the leaning tower of Pisa. The tower is a bell tower and has a bit of an interesting history. We …
... is behaving and we have clear blue skies with temperatures in the mid 20's Celsius. We arrive later in the day (full day of driving) so we just unpack (since I'm here for 3 nights) and relax on the balcony.
La Spezia has a naval port here and this morning I awake to the navy doing some kind of exercises just outside of the harbour. They seem to be doing some kind of target practice by shooting off their guns. We can see the projectiles ...
... way out of the forested, sheltered areas and into the exposed coastal goat-tracks that the Cinque Terre is more renowned for. This meant that the views were now unbroken sea views (something an estate agent would rave about when selling one of the nearby villas!) but the unbroken views were thanks to a lack of trees...and so no shelter from the sun. By now, the afternoon sun had started to heat the steep rock banks that lined a lot of the eastern side of the trail, and so I found ...
... again; seafood mainly, but I had what was probably the best steak I have ever had in my life. I totally recommend that place to anyone!
We had big plans for walking again on Tuesday, a three hour walk from Levanto to Montorossa al Mare but never quite got there (as Glenda’s knees were protesting after yesteday’s hike) which was probably a good thing in view of the size of the hill (mountain) between the two of them. We walked the ‘via ...