Tourist House Vittorio Ricci
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When we woke up in the palace this morning the sky was heavy with cloud. We had breakfast and checked out after a quick tour of the hidden apartments downstairs. One of the rooms was the secret meeting place of the revolutionary society of the Carbonari, who tried to change the Italian government and eventually caused the unification of Italy, and …
We're staying in a 16C old farmhouse on the outskirts of the city which has been converted into 7 apartments. Ours, the smallest, has the kitchen and dining area in the cellar and the bedroom, bathroom and lounge room on the ground floor. It is only 10 minutes on a bus into the city, so really quite convenient.
The morning of our first day in Florence was spent wandering through the historic quarter and ...
... next town. Dayna was feeling sore so we opted for the train. When we arrived I decided to hike up to a lookout on the other side overlooking Vernazza on my own. This was a real highlight for me as I have had a picture from this lookout on my computer and at home to inspire me for the past year.As I made the steep climb up I came across an old Italian man, sitting on one of the rocky walls ...
... somewhat of a blur, with the certain knowledge that it was definitely worth it.
The brain was reeling after all this culture, so retired to a pub at the edge of the piazza to recuperate. Definitely a pub, they had cider. Enjoyed the water vapour blowing from the cafe next door and watched kids playing soccer
Out to dinner at a local restaurant recommended by the concierge. Most enjoyable.
... rise the more beautiful the views, this time of verdant hillsides studded with villas, all ochres and burnt reds and sienna's, the ubiquitous pencil pines, olive groves, some large fig and loquat tress and many more.20 minutes later we arrive at the main piazza of this very small town with a small, closed (you heave a sigh as does Jonny) Duomo and few people around. We just head through the little central square along the small main road and walk soon to have un obstructed views ...