Hotel Plazza Porcari
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and headed back and south, casting for more signs. Eventually found one and we're off again. Reached the entrance. Big signs about roman history in the area and a rutted dirt road leading into bushland. Kept cycling. More historical signs, all in italian. Very interesting looking none the less. Kept cycling.
Passed a local and with a smidgen of each others language, he and Paul managed to communicate. The verdict ...
... had it all to ourselves or so we thought. Decided to take a scenic boat cruise exploring all five villages as our legs needed a rest after nearly three weeks of walking. Retired to our balcony to take in the view sipping Prosecco, eating olives and cheese when we joined by another couple staying as well. Sue and Al were from Port Macquarie and added to ...
... route. and this looks like the most important one, originating in northern France.
...yes, I suppose I could link with my Assisi Superhike and make this a Firenze-Assisi Super-Superhike...
I continue on around a bend and there is an ancient church in the middle of a field, with a plaque telling about a battle fought here in the 14th century between the Guelphs ...
... Vernazza and
we would tell them about how amazing it is! Worth the strenuous
effort!! It felt like we were at the top so many times... But it just kept going up!
And as you could imagine - the vastness of our views held a causal link to the height we climbed. Looking out over the Italian Riviera was absolutely incredible - and we eventually got high enough that Corniglia was over and down - rather than above us. So we had to climb higher than Corniglia, then ...
... Must always double check train duration! The machines are so annoying though. So slow and time wasting. It’s easier to just pay cash at the desk, as the machines are card only.
We got back to Vernazza and enjoyed it at night. We went back up the steep stairs to our room. We showered and got things sorted. Tidied the room and put our bags in the cupboards.
We just relaxed and chilled at our accommodation. We needed rest for our walk to Corniglia in the morning!