Suite Hotel Nettuno
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Saturday 7th December
Today we had an early start. We left the apartment at 8:30 and walked to the train station to begin our adventure exploring the Cinque Terre. These are five coastal towns, which are perched on the hillsides, with tiny harbours and quite colourful housing. The train line connects them all and there were very few cars. The day was sunny and warm and we had Mediterranean Sea to enjoy.
We caught the train to the last town and ...
... Canyon?) to a few of the sites. The beach area was pretty much pay for access and vey crowded due to this being the last day of the holidays.
Also wanders up to the old church castle complex on the hill and found a nice monument, a vary cool post-wedding church door and a woman herding and feeding cats.
Awesome dinner at the hotel- KonTiki Lounge no ...
... repeatedly bemoaned how he "felt like a pack horse." Wuss.
Speaking of water, at the half-way point I was getting dangerously low but fortunately there's a group of buildings where people can go inside, top up with water or buy stuff. There's a tip saucer next to the tap and I felt it was right to throw a few coins in for a fill-up. It is the guy's house after all and I suspect his hospitality saves a lot of people's skin when it comes to needing refreshments. Especially ...
... the train to the fifth Cinque Terre town Riomaggiore about 1pm, about the time it began to rain?!! Our time there began badly with being ripped off fora soup lunch which cost far more than it should have. When we began to explore the rain grew stronger, so we decided to pack up and go home to Manarola, along with a large group of other would be visitors. However, our English friends Trevor and Sue told us later ...
... my faith in the Italian rail system - train I planned to catch was cancelled so waited for the next one and eventually made it back to SL but not before the Fat Controller found me again without a ticket - I thought a ticket that covered six hours would cover any trips during this period - it does but only in one direction - another €5 fine plus the cost of a ticket - have finally got the system worked out but last time I will use these trains for ...