Agriturismo La Quiete
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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... was delayed about 15 minutes and then a train came at about the right time and hundreds of walkers piled on, including us, but David not wanting to!
Then our train sails past all the stations going in the other direction. Eventually we stopped at the first village and David set off from there to do the hardest walk from Monterooso to Vernazza and then on to Cornigilla which is set at the top of a hill and the only village not on the sea.
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... time and just as exciting. We took the train from Alessandria to Monterosso (3 hours or so). After getting settled we spent the first day on the beach relaxing, reading, swimming, and napping.
On the second day we visited each of the five villages. We took the boat from Monterosso to Riomaggiore the last of the five. Beautiful view from the water as you pass each village. We walked from Riomaggiore to Manarola along the lover’s path ...
... were expected to reach 90 degrees)? What kind of food would I need to bring since I would be connecting along the way with village after village. I opted to request a few essentials from the "included" breakfast menu at the hotel and asked them to surprise me. Deb slept in and planned to make a morning of it beside the "infinity" pool (Infinity pools are very cool, especially on the side of a mountain because the pool looks like it ...
... the length is more than 10 km [6.2 miles].” It’s a 5-6 hour hike up and down rocky terrain and countless steps along the coast between the five towns that make up Cinque Terre. It was exhausting, but entirely worth every drop of sweat. We went what we determined was the easier route from Riomaggiorie, to Manarola, to Corniglia, to Vernazza, to Monterosso. Unfortunately the path from Manarola to Corniglia was closed due to a landslide so we actually only got to do ...
... villages. We have agreed that Corniglia is our favorite because it was quiet and less touristy. It is also the middle village and not on the water. Vernazza has a beautiful waterfront area, where we sat and drank our coffee and milk one morning. The farthest towns of Riomaggiore and Manarola were also interesting with their vineyards terraced on the hillsides. We heard that their most popular wine was Sciacchetra, so we sampled it and bought a bottle ...