Park Hotel La Pineta
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... After a slightly delayed lunch, we rented some chairs and an umbrella, ready for an afternoon of relaxation in the sun. Our beach day ended with a jam packed train ride back to Riomaggiore. Throughout the day the bite marks on my arm had continued to swell, so much so that by the time we got home we were a bit concerned. Each bite mark had swollen to more than five centimetres in diameter and my whole arm was sore ...
... go get some lunch.
After shopping for some local ingredients, Yulia made a deliscious friend potato with pork and mushrooms. :) I finally made a call to give Ferrari a miss due to a number of reviews saying the factory tour is ****. Basically a bus shuttle around the carpark. Ducati on the other hand has had excellent reviews. So I locked that in for the Thursday at 1:45pm. So excited! Yulia is looking forward to Spaghetti bolignese from ...
Another "all you can eat" breakfast then a drive back to Berceto where I had met Glynice and Brian. Boots back on, bag worryingly lighter (Glynice was taking some stuff back for me and it made a big difference, but do I really not need those things?) and wave goodbye as they drove off leaving me to walk alone up the path into ...
... provided no sensible possibilities. There was one open piece of grass but it looked like it would be used as a car park by people still out at work. Vagrancy is illegal don't forget and people don't tend to appreciate backpacker scruff bags sleeping outside their houses, even if just for one night.
I returned to the beach, constantly scanning for spots that had the potential to be quiet and undisturbed overnight. There was a piece of land jutting out from the seafront, most ...
Great weather today. The main coastal track of the Cinque Terre National Park was closed for this off season. We were still determined to do a walk, so after some photos from the point in front of Manarola, climbed to Volastra. Went through terraced olive groves and pruned vineyards most of the way across the side of the slopes before our descent to Corniglia, middle of the five coastal towns of Cinque Terre. We were very hot by the end. Lunched on ...