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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... gardens. It was obviously a very impressive villa at one stage but is now not habitable and the gardens needed a little TLC also but it was a nice walk, lots more steps, we are certainly getting our step quota up again.
We came back to the pasticceria to have a coffee, a lemon tart and a chocolate (hazelnut) very nice for our afternoon treat. There are always beautiful things to replace the calories that we have burnt.
We had a look at a Baroque church "Oratorio ...
... us and dumped the bags. Backtracked to a nearby pub we'd seen along the way and had a salad! (a change from pizza, finally.) We checked in, and headed to the beach, it was late afternoon and the sun was still high, laid back and possible dozed off; with my hand on my bag, which was wrapped round by body numerous times. Back at the hostel we put on the washing, and begun re-planing our trip. We have learnt to keep a eye out on the current affairs, as due to the ...
... there is only room for the 2 of us to sit here and no way of passing us so there should not be any traffic to and fro. There are quite a lot of people on board and the sea is quite calm with some mist patches. We set of for Monterossa with very good visibility of the Ligurian coast. When we dock in Monterrosso quite a few people get off and a large number of people get on - the boat is now very crowded, but we are ...
... winding alleys and points of view high above the ocean. Corniglia is the only CT town that does not have a port to speak of - it's situated high above the sea on the rock cliff and accessible by train and an narrow high roadway.
Tonight,, our last night in Levanto and the CT, we splurged on an excellent dinner in town at "le 3 Cantine", a restaurant with lovely ambiance and superb fish and seafood. A fitting end to our wonderful trip to Cinque Terre.
... as usual) we came to Cornigulia. I will load up some photos which speak more than words about the track ahead. (Unless you are a dedicated hiker read more about the difficulty of the track sections between the towns to be more informed than we were).
300 odd steps up to the town from the station, (pity the locals) and we were off. I told Claire to go ahead at her pace and I plodded along. It was rainy today and ...