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... the signs of Death and the wooden statue of S. Antonio Abate from the monastery of Punta Mesco. The followers of this church are against the wealth of the Catholic church and say that they represent the true meaning of what Jesus represented - caring for the poor people in society. It is a very small closed group.
We were then given free time to catch the boat back once we had finished or to catch a train back to Levanto. We wandered around the shops for a ...
... the open market and some of the other squares and I was glad I did--it made for a very fun morning through lunch.
Joining the German Group, I Save Some Time
It takes about an hour and a half to get to Pisa from Florence and I booked through FlorenceTown Tours at their tourist booth over by the post office (though their main office is on another street nearby). People meet first at the SMN train station back side under the clock (which I did not ...
... Nina's sister. Anette and her boyfriend Jörg are really into road biking and she was drooling at how amazing the cycling is in Tuscany. If you ever had the idea of cycling in Europe, this definitely looks like the place to do it and the end of May is the perfect time. We knew that there was going to be a wedding at the Tenuta on our second last day there, but we didn't know that we would get to take ...
... in so we could drop our bag off and relax. Our room was on the second floor, which is actually the third floor here because they always start with 0 called the piano floor....the view was to die for. We laid on the bed and took a nap with the floor to ceiling french doors open so we could hear the crash of the sea.
We decided to relax and enjoy ourselves for the rest of the day and hike tomorrow. Walked all around ...
... narrow patches without guard_rails, and the steps getting more and more uneven, especially on the downhill parts. However, this was more than offset by the wonderful views of the coast, and the towns of Monterosso and Vernazzo.
When we arrived at Vernazzo we saw both the devastation of the storms, and much rebuilding. The town itself has only a few stores opened, and there were minimal back roads, so we found almost nowhere to wander. We picked up a shell of ...
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