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Cinque Terre

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Going to be in Santa Marguerita in mid April and I would like to see some of the Cinque Terre. I understand that floods have damgaged Vernazza and it can't be visited, but the other cities are ok.

I have been told to take the train to La Spezia to begin. I would like to walk the 20 minute Love Walk and have lunch at some restaurant. Can anyone give me a suggestion as the best way to do this and see some of the highlights of the Cinque Terre? I need to be back in Santa Marguerita by 5 that evening.

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