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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nazionale Levanto
Bright large spotless room,very quite, right in centre of town, 10 minute walk to train for visiting the Cinque Terra villages, only thing was no wi-fi in rooms and had to use lobby. Other people can be a distraction.
Good breakfast, helpful staff.
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... there so we sat down and had a salami pizza, and surprisingly Riley ate it.
My favorite town was the 4th one which is called Manarola.
I liked it because it was made on the side of a cliff face, all the houses was on the top of the mountain and down on the cliff face and at the bottom of the cliff was a port which is a big pile of rocks lined up that we climbed on.
Ok, so night one well spent in one of only two bars here and the barman has a fiercely generous pouring hand. There was a little room left in the glass for soda with my vodka. Just. The party went on in the accommodation owners apartment. Diego is a very cool guy and we had some laughs. Four mad Californian girls in the mix and ...
... bungalow near to our tent. We manage to get into the tent, remove our wet weather gear and get ready for bed without getting things too wet but there was some water at the bottom of the tent which we mop up. Remember that this was a new tent that we had seam-sealed just before leaving Australia and this rain is its first big test - it seemed to be holding up OK to this downpour with no obvious leaks. We drop off to sleep surprisingly easily given the conditions.
... It was a steep climb but well worth it. The trail was shouldered by vineyards and fruit trees, with spectacular views everywhere you looked. By the time we got to the next town, Corniglia, we were hungry so we stopped for some pizza and focaccia with pesto (the local specialty) on top.
Initially, we were told that the Cornigilia to Vernazza section was closed, but, following the crowds, we ended up on a trail headed that way. It was a fair distance, and now getting into ...
... eachother, but when I turned around he was gone! Not sure where he went, I made my way back past the mideval tower peering over the ledge at the stairs that came before. No sign of Marcus. Then I went back after only a few minutes to find him waiting near a bench that overlooked the ocean. Confused, I had told him what had happened and that I had lost site of him somewhere along the way.
Not communicating at this point we both ...