Park Hotel La Pineta
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... from Milan to Sicily are either very expensive ( 55e surcharge for each bag) or too early in am so opted to fly out of Rome a couple days later on Vueling which turns out to be a British Airways Spain based subsidiary. 204€ return with 23kg checked bags. Also decided to train to Pisa tomorrow then 2 nights in Lucca. Most restaurants closed on Sun night, so restricted to touristy place - seafood risotto and salad with 1/2 bottle red for 35€. Expensive, salty and bad ...
... we left the restaurant - giving us just enough time to snap a few more photos before the train arrived to take us back to Riomaggiore.
We contemplated going to the beach one last time, but we felt so dirty that we went straight home for a long overdue shower. We relaxed the rest of the afternoon, satisfied that we had been able to visit all five towns during our stay.
After another seafood dinner we viewed the sunset one last time before finishing off with some ...
... but even less going on than Vernazza. We went to a cafe to recharge with cappucino and then headed up the hills to see the great lookout points. We ended up at the top of the town and sat on a bench taking in the views for a while. This was one of hundreds of moments that took our breath away. We explored a little more up there seeing pretty churches, the remains of yet another castle, and then headed down to the water. This was the prettiest part of the town by the ...
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 ...
... northern Italy. It is the second smallest of the famous Cinque Terre towns frequented by tourists.
Manarola may be the oldest of the towns in the Cinque Terre, with the cornerstone of the church, San Lorenzo, dating from 1338. The local dialect is Manarolese, which is marginally different from the dialects in the nearby area. The name "Manarola" is probably dialectical evolution of the Latin, "magna rota". In the Manarolese dialect this was changed to ...