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... a fortified defensive stand called the Gothic Line which stretched over 320 km virtually disecting Italy. Between two mountainous areas, dozens of tunnels and bunkers were built to try to keep the Allied Forces from going north We toured one of the bunkers in the area. We skipped lunch today to tour the two churches so I was owed my three glasses of wine. We made up for it and more. Italians eat very late and dinner was not ...
... able to board a train almost straight away but warned that, on arrival at Via Reggio, we would have 5 minutes to make the change to the Lucca train. We left La Spezia 5 minutes late.
We pulled in to Via Reggio and leapt out, found the departures monitor and our connection was not listed. Thinking it ...
... Roberto spoke only a little English,....Dennis managed to converse with him. He's a motor cross driver, and explained that there was a famous motor cross driver from S.C. We dined until about 11pm. Finally,.....well fed,....with happy hearts, we left the restaurant, and drove to Maria's new home. She had recently gotten a new apartment, and was proud as punch. It was beautiful, and she had decorated it so nicely. Roberto poured us all glasses ...
... in all the research I had done, I had had obviously focused on the huge dome and not the facade. It was breathtaking; one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever seen. We walked around it and then found a restaurant to eat at overlooking it. We knew it was going to be expensive, but I really don't mind paying for a breath taking view. Lyn had Risotto Sepia (black risotto with baby squid) and I had a stunning Pasta Arrabiata. ...
... 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 ...