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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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We woke on our last day in Italy to a heavy dew and cool morning on North Medeterrean coast of Cinque Terre. After breakfast at the hotel, we left for our tour of the five villages which make up Cinque Terre. We drove to the train station in Levanto where we parked Pierre and took a train to the Southern most village of Riomaggiore. An all day …
... had a little wander around before making my way up the next set of stairs for the next part of the hike to Corniglia. Estimated trek time 2hrs, completed in 45min Vernazza to Corniglia: leaving Vernazza you notice a beautiful little beach on the opposite side of town, it isn't very busy I'm imagining because not many people know it's there but it's beautiful and worth a visit. This hike was a pretty boring one, not too long which was nice and plenty of people along the way ...
... cool because the tunnels were so long (max approx 800m). Throughout the tunnels you would have a little view point looking out to the ocean. It was really beautiful. The pathway finished at the town of Framura. With such an amazing day we wanted to keep riding, so we squeezed ourselves plus the bikes into an elevator to get to the marina level. Here the water was so clear and still, that the small boats tied up there looked as if they ...
... hot and took us around an hour. We got to Vernazza in the late afternoon and scoped out a swim spot. It wasn't the best spot but the water was very refreshing and much needed by Kate and I. After a dip we grabbed a beer in the sun and had a good catch up with Am who we hadn't seen for a year or so. From Vernazza we took the train back to Riomaggiora and grabbed some pizza and cocktails seeing as it was my birthday! Being a Wendesday night it was a pretty ...
... towards us. After about 5 hours we finally came down the other side of the mountain and Maria decided to talk to us again. Lovely B&B run by two sorellas (sisters) who were very helpful with all the sights in the area. Had a walk around Levanto which is very pretty and then out for a seafood dinner at a lovely ristorante. Today we had a full day exploring the Cinque Terre which means Five Lands. We started by ferry seeing ...