Park Hotel La Pineta
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... holiday makers sunbathing. The beach appeared to be grey gravel but there are beach lounges with umbrellas for hire the length of the beach. We wandered around town for about half an hour but there were mainly eating places and the beach. There were not real cute houses or streets to explore. We both felt that Levanto had more to offer than Monterosso and that the only reason you would come here is if you wanted to do the hiking trail to Vernazzo. We ...
... another 3/4 hour. There was a lot of laughter! Finally, we all said goodbye and headed off. I made my way back through the tunnel to the old part of town and my room. Showered, changed and headed back to the church party. There was singing. A huge spit roast type thing. People everywhere. But I was just too tired by this stage... So, back through the tunnel and home. About a 10 minute walk. It was an amazing day. The scenery. The company. The boat trip. Angelo and ...
... to Venazza. The next track from Venazza to Coniglia was officially closed, but it had been repaired so was open if you wanted to walk on it! The other towns were only accessible by walking tracks that were not a coastal road - and so it went.... Until we were completely confused. We went in search of the Information Centre in an attempt to get our head around the information. There were trains and boats which we could also use!! OMG! It took a while for ...
... 15 mins to get to the next exit, 15 mins to get through the spaghetti maze and back to the Autostrada, and 15 mins to get back to correct exit! The access road off of the autostrada was narrow, snaking along the steep hills and ravines, through small hill towns. There were many tight horseshoe turns on narrow, single- lane roads bordered by a cliff on one side and the rock face of the mountain on the other. ...
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 ...