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Help deciding between two accommodations in Cinque Terre

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My daughters, ages 21 and 18, and I are taking a trip to Italy in late May, early June. We have found two choices of places to stay in Cinque Terre that will sleep three and fit our budget.

Usually, we are pretty decisive, but I don't know much about the Cinque Terre cities and would love some advice.

The first is Alla Marina in Riomaggiore. It has a view of the harbor, has wifi, does not have air-conditioning. The second is Il Carugio di Corniglia in, obviously, Corniglia. It is about 30E per night cheaper. Both have received very positive and similar comments on Trip Advisor.

Has anyone stayed in either of these? Even if not, which city would be preferable?

Thank you, Karen

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