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... br> After a picnic lunch overlooking the village I take the local bus back to Lerici. There is nowhere to buy a ticket, so naturally I ride at the pleasure of the city council.
Arriving in Lerici, I descend from the bus just as the family is passing along the promenade after their relaxing day. We exchange reminiscences; have a coffee break and do a little shopping at the local supermarket, and then ascend on the faithful “S” back to our abode. ...
... colder than I thought it would be but didn't cause anaphylactic shock, which was a result.
Lunch was on a veranda below the castle overlooking the bay. It doesn't really get much better than this does it ? We sipped some wine and ordered the seafood and very good it was too. I dare say that if it had been anywhere else, we'd have been filling in Mortgage applications to pay the bill, but this being Italy it was ...
... the things in the shells tasted pretty good but were grainy, like there was sand in it (maybe that’s normal?). They only thing I couldn’t bear to put in my mouth were the heads of the squids. I just couldn’t do the eyeballs so I cut the heads off. The dish was €12.50 – probably a steal for the amount of fresh seafood and a great price considering we are in a hot tourist area. ...
Cinque Terre is a string of small coastal villages connected by footpath or rail. The villages are very small and come seemingly straight out of the ocean. Harbours at each of the villages are not much bigger than an Olympic sized pool! We walked in the rain through a rather pedestrian La Spezia to the train station and caught a below BART class sized train. Jumped off at the 2nd village and had a seafood ...
... We leave to catch a train to Riomaggiore where we have decided to do an easy walk to Manarola. Our feet are pretty sore from the last two days of hiking stone steps and rocks which are not easy on the soles. We get to Riomaggiore around 1215 and easily find the trailhead. You really can't call this a trail as it is basically a walking path and only takes 20-30 minutes to the next town. Because of this, it is pretty popular and filled with people who will walk this ...