B&B La Mattonaia
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... bar and ordered Vino. I can actually order beer and wine in three different languages now, I'm a multi-linguist.
Once the rain had slowed enough we walked back to the hotel to put the feet up for a bit.
Wandered just down the road for dinner at a nearby Ristorante.
Off to Levanto and Cinque Terre tomorrow.
... 11.00 am and a short 100 m walk from the station and we are at Hotel Europa, undoubtedly the smallest lift I've ever been in. Off load the bags and walk down to Porto Vecchio for a stroll along the front.
They have a replica of the Spanish Galleon "Neptune" sitting in the port, apparently built in 1985 for Roman Polanski's film Pirates. Not much happening on a Sunday afternoon here. Late lunch ...
... way around many old buildings. Our first real place that we ended up at was piazza De Ferrari, the busiest traffic hub in the city. There is a sizable fountain in the centre and nearby is the stock exchange and the academy of Fine Arts. There is also a monument of Garibaldi. I was also able to find a map for Geoff, true it wasn’t the best map in the world but it was better than none.
It was pleasant walking around the popular street of Via Garibaldi. The street ...
... pasta dishes are enough as a full meal! All in all on our Tour of Italy we drove 1,200km, paid 65€ in tolls, no comment on petrol cost, and saw five wine regions: Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio, Campania, and Calabria. We've decided we aren't fans of northern Italy but will return some day to see Florence, Venice and Lucca. And maybe then the roads to Cinqueterre will be open, or I'll learn how to be on a ferry/boat without being ...
... Bat" by D.H. Lawrence -
At evening, sitting on this terrace,
When the sun from the west, beyond Pisa, beyond the mountains of Carrara
Departs, and the world is taken by surprise ...
We didn't see the leaning tower of Pisa - but I'd seen it, and climbed up, back in the 1970s, so no worries. We caught a train straight away for La Spezia (the 11850 at 13.54) and Cinque Terre. First stop Riomaggiore, where we'd intended doing the ...