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... the hope this would help my migraine head (apparently Caffeine helps??)
We walked through the town with our umbrellas and continued up to a beautiful church perched high on the hill where there were some nice views of the coast. It was gorgeous up there and we were surprised to see many family crypts/vaults set in man made alcoves around the church. Sounds weird (my family will just think it's normal...(RACHEL!!)....but I LOVE smelling things. ...
... three hours. But again it was quite spectacular. Once we reached town we had lunch with a cold beer. Today was muggy with very little breeze so felt very warm. We wandered around town and sat by the water and relaxed until it was time to catch our ferry back to Riomaggiore. By this time I was happy to sit back and relax. After my strenuous first day and a lack if exercise over the last view months, my legs were very sore! Next stop, ...
... and then, I wasnt feeling well so I went to bed. Nikki read and the girls went off to do their thing.
Ric: Shrimp and Lobster, French Onion Soup, Duck and Crème Bulee and Soufflé
Nikki: Shrimp and Lobster, Salad, Lobster Macaroni and Soufflé
Regan: Escargot (she shared with us all), French Onion Soup, Salmon and Soufflé
Kelsie: Fried Brie, Salad, Salmon and Chocolate and Peanut Butter ...
... to the very edge of the seating so we were not as affected by the smokers. After lunch we got back on the boat and went to Manarola (another of the 5) to have a look around and wait for boat back to La Spezia. Unfortunately the day seemed to end to soon and we headed back into La Spezia. We are going to go back Thursday and at this stage we are going to start before Cinque Terre at a place called Porto Venere that looks to be interesting - got an ...
... it was misty – a shocking day. We aborted our plans for Cinque Terre, instead spending another day enjoying the unsurpassed luxury that Crystal Cruises extend to their guests.
We’d been invited to a Cruise Critic cocktail party so we went along and enjoyed meeting fellow members but not before tucking into some canapés in our room – Jijo had organised some mini sausage ...