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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... still amaze me. But it was only 12.30pm and the ferry did not leave until 2.35pm so back into town, up quite a few steps... bought a roll. Back down many, many steps ... And clamoured over large rocks to sit in the shade at the harbour and watch people swim, hop into boats, scuba dive, jump off rocks and scream 'Watch out. There's a mouse!' Amongst the rocks. Didn't worry me.. Now, if it was a snake ... Sat there for an hour, negotiated the rocks back to ...
We woke up very early, did some last minute packing, showered and got ready to leave. We had a quick breakfast at our hostel reception place, dropped the key off then went to the station. We couldn't find Orson, Sophie, Chiara or Michael out the front so we went to wait on the platform. Eventually we just went to sat in me and chiara's seats, while I ran up the train to look for them. Moments before the train departed the others ran onto the train, ...
Today, Oct 18, is a rest & regroup day. We're spending the entire day just hanging out in Monterosso. We had planned to do our laundry, but learned at breakfast there is no self service launderette here. Oh, darn. Dirty clothes being more difficult to pack than clean ones, maybe we'll just throw them away. More room for trinkets-yay! I'm taking this down day to share some observations of Italy, funny stories, and Ricky-isms. There is no such thing as sidewalk etiquette. ...
... much more similar to the other 3 villages we have visited with the narrow streets. After our dinner we strolled back on the promenade, picked up some gelato for the loooooooong 5 minute walk home and here we are; calling it a night and looking for some better weather tomorrow so we can check out the last village, Riomaggiore, then stop back in Manarola for some more rock jumping. Keeping our fingers crossed.
... restaurants were charging just for their second course. I love a good deal! I am full and ready to sleep.
I hear there is a Tuesday morning market in Vernazza, so I am heading there first. Hope to still get some good photos of each village. It may be tough since I wont be able to get the view from the trails. I have only just begun my time in the Cinque Terre - but I am already in love.