Park Hotel La Pineta
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I would just fall Down the slope somewhere. I ended up trekking up really slow (yes I was so paiseh/guilty about it). The trekking journey seems like it's never ending. The next town seems nearer and nearer but the trek never ends hahaha. In mid way of the trek, we saw a backpacker setting up a store and selling female accessories like bracelets and stuff, how cool/weird is that! Hahaha. Who will buy accessories like that when everyone is so tired from the trekking ...
... 15 feet! Lucky for you though dear reader, no one fell! We reached Vernazza in an hour and a half (3 km from Monterosso to Vernazza). Once there, we walked around then headed towards the next village, Corniglia (another 4 km). This is apparently the greenest of the trails and includes the highest point among all trails at 208 metres above sea level. I can't believe I was able to experience this. I love Cinque Terre. In Corniglia we stopped for a well ...
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 ...
... shop that I had read about in a book and thought Jen would like. Cantina du Sciacchetra, was owned by a very lively man named Lorenzo, who treated everyone in his shop as friends. After samples of what seemed like every limoncello and a few treats, we bought too much stuff and headed for the next town, Vernazza.
This is the part everyone raves about when they come here, the hikes. I could have taken the train just as easily, but what the heck. And after I heard most ...
... of bread left. Perfect as we already had enough bits and pieces to make a simple meal. Lunch was fresh bread with cherry tomatoes, olive pesto, gorgonzola cheese and local red wine in our palace kitchen with the best view ever.
We all talked about our memories of Cinque Terre that we will take home with us:
* church bells ringing in the early morning and evenings
* Fishing boats bobbing in front of our ...