Hotel Villa Undulna
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... meter and wait to see if others have the same problem. Soon there are two other couples - an Italian, French and NZ couple all trying to work out what to do. The Italian couple talk incessantly but do little, the French woman knows French, Italian and English. We mostly watch in a bemused manner as the French and Italians decide what to do. She writes a note on our car in French for us to leave on our dashboard. She also asks for ...
... adventure and good to be able to keep our own timetable instead of having to follow the group.
Next morning, we were up bright and early for the quickest breakfast ever, as we had to negotiate two bridges with steps to get to Palanca vaporetto station (water bus), for our connection to Santa Lucia train station. We arrived in plenty of time, which was good, as we had to figure out where to go and what to do. When we boarded the train, we found our ...
... also called town #5) the flattest of the towns, At one point we ducked into a tunnel carved into the rock to wait out the rain. Four young women also found refuge there who were American students doing a semester abroad in Scotland. This was their Fall break, so they were touring Italy.
Many of the doorways in town have an additional piece of wood installed in front of the door. Apparently this is similar to using sandbags ...
... cliffs. Then we arrived in Corniglia which was probably the smallest. Grace booked us a one bed apartment which had a private balcony over looking the ocean looking out towards Montorosso, it also happened to be the direction that the sun sets. It was a great find. To get there we had to climb 386 steep steps up from the train station to the town. The area is now a national park and is largely made up of terraces which have been hand made over the centuries, ...
... 2€ I'd spent in the last hour at least! After the lemonade stop, we continued on for about another 10mins before reaching Monterosso through winding paths that made their way around houses, between yards, and beside gardens. The paths were very narrow (at times less that half a meter wide) but the drops weren't too sever if you did happen to lose your footing. It just meant that we had to wait for people coming the other way before heading along some stretches of path, ...