Vis a Vis Hotel
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Today we had to check out from the Hotel Margherita. It was a little sad because we really enjoyed our time here. We took some pictures of Francesca and Marco, and then we took the taxi to the train station. Our taxi driver looked like carrot tops younger brother, but he knew which track we needed to go to, so we did not have to struggle. We had to print off ...
... tiny Italian village - so tiny in fact that for a while we were convinced we'd just walked into someone's backyard, but we went through the archway connecting two buildings and that led to a public road. I got a photo of one of those typical Italian 3 wheeled tray micro tray trucks, so I was happy, and we returned to the campsite. We wanted to use the wood barbecue here at the campsite for dinner, so the next mission was to find a proper shop. We took ...
... to La Spezia was what we like to call a torture train. We sat on that train for two and a half hours with no AC, listening to the most obnoxious group of American adolescents. It must have been 29 degrees on that train, and the horrible sleep we had didnt help our fading patience! Finally off the train and away from the annoying loud people we hopped on an even smaller train to Riomaggiore, which is the most southern town in the Cinque Terre. Cinque Terre means 'five lands', which ...
... with essentials.
Wednesday 27th. Today we took a ride along the coast road towards Levanto. The road starts at Trigoso which is 1 mile from the campsite and runs down through Moneglia, Deiva Marina, Bonassola and then Levanto.
From Trigoso to Deiva Marina is 10km and the road goes through a series of single track tunnels which are controlled by traffic lights which change every ten ...
... seated quickly and ordered Trofie al Pesto, one of my traditional meals when visiting the Cinque Terre. I tried to use Italian as much as possible, but got a shock when the waitress replied with a very fast string of words in Italian. I got “lost” really quickly but just nodded as if I understood. Hopefully one day I'll be able to reply to conversations like that. Hopefully more Italian courses will be offered at the local College this fall.