Villa Romantiche Mura
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... Once again the tour company had arranged visits to the gold shop and the leather factory. It is a shame the tour guides get money for any purchases the group makes. I tried on an ancient roman coin from 46BC it was beautiful but at $4k AUD I regretfully left it behind!! While waiting for the group to reach the city square we Skyped Madeline and enjoyed chatting to her & the boys, Henry is changing rapidly now he will be half grown by the time I get ...
... but on finding them discovered they weren't open for lunch. We then hiked up to the church and came upon a busy little square with shops and restaurants. We had lunch at a typical Tuscan restaurant with Peter having grilled meats and Anne having homemade pasta sacks with truffles. Again too much food. We're not sure how the Tuscans manage it all but we think all the biking, jogging and hill climbing must keep them in shape. ...
... into a few shops on the ways home.
Our last gelati ( in Lucca).
The long walk home, how slow without a bike.
Our last local wine......Paul popped in to have our bottles filled for the journey.
Cant believe how much stuff we have. Thank heavens we're travelling with a car.
... we got our laundry done by the hotel staff - strangest honeymoon gift so far but anyway, and then headed in to the city centre with no real objective but to look around and get some gelato of course. Lunch was followed by gelato (pine nut flavoured was exceptional) followed by aperitivo with some tower climbing, wall walking and street exploring thrown in as well. A nice pizza (best so far) for dinner and we were back in our apartment looking forward to Florence ...
... Levante was more interesting than anticipated and not crawling with tourists. The history of the town was interesting as it used to be a vital harbour but much of the ancient harbour has been reclaimed and is now the town centre, most of which was traffic free. The town was hemmed in by incredibly steep hills. So what's new, it's the Cinque Terre. There was and impressive villa on the western point with beautiful gardens. We were surprised to see people ...