Il Giardino di Albaro
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... had very little apart from water, boots and their hiking poles but when I came across a couple of ladies with handbags, I just shook my head. Anyway what must go up must come down and I did very slowly. The entire walk took me about 2- 2.5hrs. I certainly enjoyed my lasagna when I arrived in Monarola but it was worth it, the views were spectacular. After lunch I made the train trip to Vernazza, apparently the most picturesque of all the ...
... having a look around the markets (near the sun symbol at Porto Antico on the map I copied), we crossed the road. We crossed near another Rolli Palace on Piazza Banchi. I googled it to try and find an exact name and it looks as though there is a B & B in the building now!! Le Terrazze di Banchi - very reasonable rates too by the looks. On the way back to our hotel area, we passed some very narrow alleyways - which we didn't venture down because the ...
... only cost €3 return and having checked with Trip Advisor,
discovered out of 300 comments, 199 had marked this attraction as excellent
while 88 had marked Nervi as very good. This left 13 who only felt the
experience was average! There
is no pleasing some people. Even if Doctor Who himself personally chauffeured
them to watch a plasma storm in a spiral planetary Nebula from the highest
mountain on Androzami Major they would probably say it was ...
Today's journey turned out to be a little longer than we had imagined though we are typing this from hotel number 3 in Genoa, so we clearly made it in one piece.
It started off wet and yukky in Lucca and we got the chance to find out that the windscreen wipers worked rather well - and that Sergio is surprisingly refined with the top closed. Bob even fits - just.
The first hour was refreshingly hassle free and quite a fun ...
... doing this he stole teh idea from Davinci and a couple other people playing with perspective in art. While Brahmante was actually an artist he became an architect. He changed the plan of hte church to a Latin Cross, so he added the "lower" end of the cross and faked the perspective of the apse to make it look as though the church extended more toward the front. What is amazing is that you would never have noticed until we walked in and sat at the right side of the apse and ...