B&B L' Antica Pieve
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... bus. When we reach the mall outlet store, we were just amazed by the place!!!! We thought it's really like a mall, where it is just a building with many floors, where u have to search the mall directory to find the shop you wanna go, but boy, the mall is just amazing and it looks nothing like a mall at all!!! Prada and Gucci each have a complex by their own, and there were also coach, etc etc stuff which I didn't notice, scattered around that area. We zoomed in to prada ...
... leaning before even the third layer was built, but someone had the foresight to keep building another 5 stories, and look at the tourist $ it drags in now. Definitely a highlight for the kids who have been very excited about the leaning tower. That and having 'Pizza in Pisa' of course.
We eventually made it to Levanto, driving down some steep narrow ...
... to its lavish, Italian expectations and we were spoilt with endless sprtizers and refilled glasses of local white wine. Massimo sat between us in the middle of the bar clearly in his element and flaunting shamelessly the fact that several young women were surrounding, whilst it was evident that he was enjoying himself I am going to maintain that he was in no way sleazy just friendly, funny and interesting. Eventually he drunkenly and happily took his leave slyly footing the bill before ...
... our campsite to cook. But only halfway through boiling the potatoes, our last gas canister ran out (insert devastation here). The huge bonus to traveling around in a campervan is that it saves us a bucketload of money on food. Plus, Carl's cooking always goes down very well. But I think I had briefly mentioned in a previous blog our escapades to find further fuel canisters. Half way into the trip and we hadn't found any. So we ...
... it. (Somethings don't change- McDonald's is just as slow here.) We then waited at the train station for an hour, but eventually we made it to Cinque Terra.
We went to the most southern town first, Riomaggerio. From there, we took the ferry boat to Vernazza. You can definitely tell tourist season is arriving because it was packed. There were far too many RVs (rude visuals) for our comfort levels. Lots of ...