Park Hotel Cinquale
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... split in two and we walked through a tunnel to the old town before catching the the train to Vernazza, the next village along. Vernazza is the most spectacular of the villages. Like Riomaggiore it has narrow alleyways with colourful housing hugging the cliffs. It also has two beautiful bays at the bottom, one is like a boat marina surrounded by outdoor eateries,while the other is a beach accessed literally by ...
... under the impression it was an “easy” hike and Doug being the smart man that he is did not correct my incorrect thoughts. We caught the train to Monterossa and checked out the town. Then we started the hike. It was not “easy”. It took two hours and that will probably be the only time I hike that trail. When I checked my fitbit at the top of the trail I was at 78 stories. We had climbed a 78 story building on crumbling, rocky, hard to walk stairway. Honestly, ...
... castle, and more. The trail starts just above the train station (it is well marked). The most amazing views are within the first 10 minutes of walking from the station as the trail wraps around the watchtower of Vernazza's castle. You will definitely want your camera. The full hike to Corniglia, which is the greenest hike in the Cinque Terre as it meanders through Olive groves, takes about 90 minutes. In half way on the path Corniglia-Vernazza you meet Prevo, a tiny hamlet ...
... us, we wouldn't do it!! ...... And so we ventured out onto our first leg of the Chinque Terre. We set of quite excited and chatty, with a few 'bonjournos ' to passing treckers. It took me no more than 5 minutes to realize why they weren't returning the greeting and looking quite unsociable. I noticed they were all quite elderly also. I thought well it should be a breeze for me. After 10 minutes there was a few OMG 's being ...
... suggestion is now that we catch the next train to Vernazza and meet him there.
Once bitten, twice shy. After telling Paolo to contact us in Forte dei Marmi, we get into our Panda and head south.
The B & B where we will be staying is located in Cinquale - a hamlet town of Forte dei Marmi. The GPS takes us to the address but the B & B is nowhere to be seen. We spend the next 2 hours trying to decipher the idiosyncrasies ...