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... who could enlighten us about that was around, so we headed off anyway. The girl in the tourist office said it was a 1 1/2 to 2 hour walk, so we optimistically thought that if we got there and the ferry wasn't running we would walk back. The start of the walk was up steps and we walked up those steps for 1/2 an hour. Then the path levelled out pretty well, and was quite easy going. We kept seeing little areas of dug up earth by the track. We'd read that there are wild boars ...
... town, the shops off course (Andrea) :-) and over the boulevard where we first had a drink and some funny conversations with some locals. At almost sunset we ended up at a restaurant having finally our spaghetti a le vongole, yessss. They were great ! Than we looked for the bus back to the camping. We were tired but happy to have visited all this ...
... A bus ride to Portofino was well worth it. Magnificent setting and again peacefull and few cars. The coastline is stunning. And to finish the day we managed meet up with Julie, Tim, Maddie and Josh Richards for a beautiful meal in front of the old church in Monterosso. What a lovely way to finish our time here in the Cinque Terre. Tomorrow on to Lake Como where my search for George Clooney ...
... leaped along on top of the mountain. As we glimpsed the next town (Vernazza) around the corner, for one of the beautiful views that make the walk so worth while, we started the now downhill section of the walk and passed people huffing and puffing on their way up, staring enviously at our easy descent (but we had done our hard yards earlier on, so we didn't have that much sympathy for them).
It seemed we had completed the first section of the walk in record time in just over ...
... s so cold inside outdoor heaters are used during services to keep the parishioners from turning into human popsicles and there's a monster of a pipe organ. We did find out that pesto was supposed to have originated in the Cinque Terre and lots of shops were selling jars of it along with olive oil, pasta and yummy cookies. (If there's food involved, we were all over it!)
We hopped the train, again, for the ...