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... all day: through the Duomo, the local markets and churches smaller than the Duomo. We crossed the Pont a Vecchio which was quite crowded but not too ugly. It started out cool but turned warm and sunny which was perfect for wandering the streets of Florence. A coffee and a gelato gave us extra energy to finish our walking and we even managed a spot of shopping! The taxi picked us up ...
... for the local village buildings. The miners were a lower class and were often homeless. When a mine shaft was closed the miners would use them as their homes. Eventually the caves were vacated but in the 1800' s common folk started to rebuild them into incredible homes. Some of the other caves have become wineries and wine tasting rooms. Just down the road is a four star hotel built in front of the cliff with some of the rooms set up in caves. Jean ...
... reluctant trio began the long steep trudge back up the mountain path to the campsite.
Before we reached the safety of the motorhome, Signora spotted a deadly foe snaking across the lane. A line of processionary caterpillars. If I sniffed these hairy beasts, it could be curtains, their hairs contain a potentially leathal poison for dogs!!
Fino alla prossima volta,
Bruno (Il Cane)
... br> Not the best start to this day that's for sure.
It's been 20 minutes. Over it already. I was actually excited for the trains this morning to get a chance to relax. But both times we've had to sit with other people. At least going to Milan though we could watch something to kill time.
This train is the worst of all trains so far. Experience and comfort. Can't stretch out cause of other people and can't move our day packs from between our legs or on our laps. The ...
... I think the thing about this even that boggles my mind the most is how my brand new white shirt came out completely unscathed while my black pants were covered in algae. Fate? Luck? Whatever it was, I was thankful.
I then traveled to the 4th town where I enjoyed a DELICIOUS pesto pasta; I will add that Cinque Terre is KNOWN for their pesto products! However, I then made the fatal error of agreeing to do a 1 hour and a half hike to the 5th town. Before ...