Third Day

         We arrived to Pisa to the Bed and Breakfast around 10 p.m. last night, so we slept in until 7 a.m. We had breakfast and was on our way to Cinque Terre. It is a rugged beautiful part of the Italian Riviera to the west if the city of La Spezia.

The name Cinque Terre means "The Five Lands" comprises five fishing villages: Monteresso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. This area is part of a National Park and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site for sometimes. The area most noted for carefully built cultivated terraces on the rugged steep landscape overlooking the Mediterranean sea.

We had a great time there, but because of all the rain during the last two weeks the path between the villages was closed so we had to use the train or the boat to get around.