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Travel Blogs from Piano di Follo
Friday 12th July 2013
I was given a book to read one evening in the hostel during my stay in Cambodia. A Time of Gifts by Patrick Leigh Fermor. Written in the 1970's entirely from the depths of his memory, it chronicles his journey on foot through Europe, four whole decades earlier. Beginning in a cold and wet London in December of 1933, he first caught a ferry to Holland then walked all the way to Constantinople (Istanbul, in modern times). I'm ashamed to admit that I gave ...
Three days in Florence. Three rainy, cold, exhausting days. But on the fourth day? Perfection. And of all of our days in Tuscany, this last day was the most dependent on the meteorological situation. We had booked two tickets on an all-inclusive day trip to the Cinque Terre with an outfit called Walkabout Florence.
The Cinque Terre, or five lands, is a rugged section along the Italian coastline comprised of five small villages. There's ...
... my walking things and took off…Mary was a little concerned about me slipping…but there was no way I was going to
miss walking the walls tonight….and I wasn’t disappointed…Oh MY GOD!!!! Because
I was there so late…and because there was ************e up there…it was like a
carpet of snow everywhere I walked and looked…the camera went into overdrive
but unfortunately not all good photos…certainly not like what I ...
I've moved on from Cinque Terre already! The time went by so fast, many people said 2 days there was enough, but not if you're like me and enjoy exploring every nook and cranny of a little village (I never got up to the top of Manarola to see what that garden was), and like walking to places you've never been before, even though they involve going pretty much directly up.
My first day was sunny, I went hiking with a dorm mate, Amanda from the US. We had to ...
We caught the vaparetto from the St. Mark's stop to the train station. We had just missed the last boat, so we were the first ones to get on the #2 Vaparetto when it arrived. Everyone had gotten off when it came because it was at the end of the line. We took seats right at the front of the vaparetto where we had a splendid view of the Grand Canal as we motored up to the Ferovia Train Station stop. Well, it was a great spot and a splendid view until the sky, which ...