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... bar and ordered Vino. I can actually order beer and wine in three different languages now, I'm a multi-linguist.
Once the rain had slowed enough we walked back to the hotel to put the feet up for a bit.
Wandered just down the road for dinner at a nearby Ristorante.
Off to Levanto and Cinque Terre tomorrow.
... Debanchi Ristoranti. Lovely anchovie and zuchini linguini for first course followed by carpaccio with tomato insalata and a glass of vino bianca.
Stopped into a Basilica on the way back to the hotel so Cheryl could repent her sins of days past, that killed a couple of hours!
A stroll around the Porto in the evening finishing with a refreshing gelato. Still very warm and humid.
... really tasty. The jenga game turned a bit into making fun of each other's nationalities. Fun times had by all. Oh and some sausage, cheese, homemade bread by Boston came out, mmm. Had some Genoa sausage in Genoa. They also had the amazing idea of putting pesto on the bread with the cheese. Oh ya def will adopt that! I retired to bed "early" at 12:30 as big day hiking Cinque Terre is to follow. Kinda a boring entry I know, will try to spice up the next one ...
... I hadn't eaten my supplies from the market earlier today and therefore I decided that it would be dinner. I had a lovely refreshing shower and then settled with my picnic of prosciutto, terrine, brie, olives and baguette along with a glass of red from my stash I collected at the wineries in Bordeaux. I set the alarm as I had an early start, 745am train to the Cinque Terre. I went down for breakfast after I repacked my bag to try to get as ...
... by the fresh tomatoes. The dried oregano was liberally sprinkled over the entire dish, and was a bit overpowering, but we still enjoyed the dish thoroughly. Our primi course included two pastas: Trofiette with pesto Genovese, and Panzoti filled with spinach and cheese and served with a traditional almond sauce. Since we were in Genoa (Genova in Italian), we figured we couldn't have a meal without having some pesto bearing the town's name, and we were so glad we did. ...