Santa Caterina Park Hotel - Sarzana
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Today was our first and only full day in beautiful Cinque Terre. We were going to take the train into the small towns and then take the ferry back but that didn't work out so well. We ended up getting on the wrong train that took us all the way to the last little town so we couldn't take the ferry back. But it's ok. I was tired of being dizzy. So we take the train into Monterosso, Italy. The last little town in the Cinque Terra, it's also the biggest ...
... sometimes vineyards, sometimes ocean views, with a helpful mix of sun and shade. Arriving at Corniglia, the next town (I started walking in Manarola), I attempted to hunt out seafood (cheap seafood) but found gelato first. Again I could only eat fruit flavours, but had some divine lemon, and also mango, gelato. I finally gave up on the cheap part of my seafood after wandering around a while, and had a delicious ...
... It was great to meet both of them. As I was leaving, the B.C. couple from Comox that were staying in the apartment arrived at the entrance to the sidewalk patio, and were seated at my former table (I assured them that they'd be having a great meal there).
I walked fairly briskly back towards the Hotel, said “hello” to the girl at the front desk and then went to the room to shower and get my packs loaded for the trip tomorrow. I'm not ...
... dogs. Dogs are crazy. Apparently I walk fast.
13:00- arrive at Corniglia, having shaved half an hour off the assumed time. Sit in a churchyard and have salami and bread again, drink more water, refill our three bottles again. Cat is interested in mom. Cat is interested in being on the overhang behind the wall. Resident's toddler son is interested in Cat. Resident and later Resident's Older Son is interested in keeping Resident's Toddler off ...
... after hearing what they put in food to 'stretch' it and yup! Rich just rolled his eyes at me.
-Interesting gal and Mom travelling together - young gal''s hubby is international paraplegic ping pong champion!! I'm not kidding!! and she lives in the French Alps teaching English and violin - born and raised in Montreal!! I told you there's a book to be written.
Man we are so blessed to have all these experiences and so much more!!! so much, so full.