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Travel Blogs from San Macario in Monte
... Vivette. So so yummy. The next day we take John to the airport, as he is flying back to Houston for a day, then up to Toronto for his board meeting. We drop him at the airport and then drive to the train station in Pisa, where we park, while Marilyn takes Kathy down to see the Leaning Tower. Upon their return we drive to Viareggio, a beach town with sandy beaches lined with many, many resorts, that is a half hour drive from Pisa. We must ...
... music performed by a professional orchestra. The performance was held in a a very old church, great acoustics but very hard benches, in the old walled city. Puccini wrote such things as Madame Butterfly and la Boheme among many others. Our performance was devoted to the music of Johann and Josef Strauss. It was an impressive experience finished with a drive home under a Tuscan ...
... Spezia was cancelled (unbeknownst to us), so had to wait for the 6.10, which was sure to make us late for tea (could have had a roadie, dammit). Got stuck in awful traffic on way home, so in short, this was by far the only bad day of transportation we have had in Italy so far (guess we had to have one!). Made our dinner by 9pm (usual time for dinner in Italy), but all was worth it, as we were sat right on the waterfront enjoying vino as the sun went down, magic! Had ...
... villages was like stepping back in time, to a simpler life, without motorways and Walmarts. The original settlers created terraces in all of the surrounding hills for agriculture, because there really is no flat land anywhere in Cinque Terre! This in itself was amazing – massive steep hills neatly terraced and vegetation growing everywhere. The towns were just bursting with all manners of trees and plants and crops – it ...
... br> Now for those of you who are used to snow you may find the next additions a bit OTT.… but you must remember we’ve been waiting for this for a long time. My last taste of snow was when I was 19 years old…I was really hanging for it to snow while we were here!!
At about 5, I called Marco to see if I could do some singing…all good there so I took off
to the chiesa…. AND THERE IT WAS…Definitely snowing now…not hard ...
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