- Swimming pool
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... 5 mins drive out of town, and found it pretty deserted. Tourist season is definitely over! People eat so late here we that we had to go back to the town for dinner at 7:30pm because everything was ...
... writes one on her dashboard. She tells us the Italians are very nervous about doing this and they stay on talking while we explore Menton. We spent a couple of hours in Menton mostly wandering the beachfront and the bustling historical shopping precinct. We decide to avoid toll roads from Menton to Cannes so that we see some of the French Rivera. The road quickly takes us up into the hills where to views are spectacular. ...
The aim today was to walk the only open coastal track from Monterosso to Vernazza. My idea of a coastal track is the path from Station Pier to St Kilda sea baths or from North Road up the other way! I could see a track along the coast from the ferry which looked pretty good. It turned out to be the railway track with 50% of it in tunnels! We caught the ferry to Monterosso, got some useful train info, and set out on the trek to Vernazza. ...
... of Riomaggiore and had an aperitif. Erin had an Aperol Spritz (ingredients are Aperol, Italian sparkling wine and soda water) which is a very famous aperitif in Italy. All aperitifs come with free snacks as well. Our snacks included some different types of chips and mini bruschettas. Kev kept saying it's something that should happen everywhere as the thing you want when you are relaxing having a drink is a little snack. Italians definitely know how to ...
... have vineyards on the slopes which are still tended today. Needless to say it is popular and not really off the beaten path but a must see in our eyes. That evening we ate local bread, cheese and salami with a local red wine in our hand as we watched the sun set, magical.
The next day we headed out on one of the many paths that link the towns, these used to be the only means of traveling from one town to another, apart from the sea. We headed south to the ...