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... looked such a short distance on the map. There was a little ticket box just before we started climbing the cliffs, wanting money for maintenance of the trail and to check that we had the right shoes on ! Not sure what they were going to do if we had sandals on ! We had been told that the trail between Manarola and Corniglia was still closed due to floods, mudslides and torrential rain in Oct. ...
... the sights. We walked down to the water and looked at everything down their. I stopped at a fruit vendor and bought fresh apricots, 3 Euro for a large box that held about 50 apricots, talk about delicious. We walked to the new town and Brenda bought herself a german magazine and we also had gellato. We stopped for lunch at a restaurant in the old town called Ristaurant La Combusa. Brenda ...
... towards the stairs, the platform had been changed to platform 5, when we got there, another announcement was made that we needed to go back to platform 1 this caused further delay, taking valuable time I wanted to spend in the Cinque Terra. I took the train to the furthest town Monterosso and got off there. The views were breath taking. Photos can just not capture this beauty. A picturesque little village built out of and on top of the rocky coastline. ...
... Vernazza. The towns are all linked by trains, roads, ferry boats and walking trails. Parking is impossible and driving precarious hence the reason why we decided to drive and park at Levanto.
The majority of the walks between the towns are all closed due to landslips from recent earthquakes with only the walk between Vernazza and Corniglia open. We got off the train at Vernazza and wandered down through ...
... passed the wine bottle around the group each of us taking a glamorous swig of delightful regional Italian red wine accompanied by a ration of prunes and a kitcat stick each, not something that many people who have walked the Cinque Terre will be able to say that they’ve done!
We eventually arrived at Corniglia, the smallest of the towns along the path, it was certainly the quaintest but with the increasing rainfall and our fatigue ...