Albergo I Villini
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- Free parking
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... Mr. Steeves, thank you but I'm not 80 years old yet. You find you become less "devil may care" as you go along the road of life, and like a big baby, you want the padded corners. Well, I'm fighting it. I've decided to stay a bit daring in this adventure so I've nixed the idea of a Viator experience in favor of just showing up at Cinque Terre and finding the path on my own. Must set a good example for the boy, and HE is certainly not ...
... took a mint chocolate flavour.. quite an interesting mix !! Soon, we reached Piazza della Repubblica: It is a square in the centre of Florence, location of the cultural cafes and bourgeois palaces. Then we walked through another square called the Piazza della Signora.
We then started strolling towards the river Amo and on the way had some fine pastries at a local cafe. We walk along the river till we reached the bridge. ...
... up at the other end of town we went on to Pienza...home of the pecorino...even though you can't find a single sheep within miles. We again did a walk through...without buying a thing and was picked up at the other end of town. On to "big" Montalpulciano and a cellar deep down in an ancient building. We saw the old torture rooms and an Etruscan grave from 400bc. And then we tasted wine ...
... that wind around the inside of the tower to the top. An unusual feeling to be leaning one way, then the other on the climb. A remarkable experience. On arriving back in Florence, it's near 9pm, but as the daylight hours are much longer in the European summer, we slowly walk towards a recommended restaurant for a well deserved drink, mellanzane parmigiano and Pizza! Yummo A long and informative day, one Paul would have absolutely ...
... sea. We has some frustration in Genoa trying to find the apartment we rented, but eventually we got in there around 6:30 pm, got settled, and headed out for our first Italian meal in Italy. We found some little local cafe, got a bottle of vino rosso della casa (house red wine), and got lasagna, pizza, and gnocchi. Um, yum. Happy campers! We went back to the apartment and went straight to bed; Genoa was only a one-night stop for us, and we had to get up at 5:30 ...