B&B Rifugio Uscio
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... it, paid my 3 Euro and hopefully it will be there when I get back. Signage isn't great but I then managed to work out when the next train back to the Cinque Terre was - 30 minutes, sit and relax I'm on Italy time now. On the train I went to Riomaggerio the first town of the Cinque Terre, it was quite small but I went for a wander. Oh I forgot to say when I got my ticket I was told that 3 of the 4 coastal path sections were closed, so ...
... noise, but couldn't figure out what it was until we were close.
The only other cultural place was where it is believed the temple of Janus was located. The temple was later replaced by a pagan temple dedicated to Ceres, the Roman goddess of Agriculture. Today, the Ceraseto church from the 16th century stands in the very same location. Traces of the reused building materials from the Etruscan temple are still visible in the
... We then wandered around the Piazza del Cavalieri where there were half a dozen fabulous buildings, before the rain came down with a vengeance. A lot of the buildings here have large white stone blocks, with some small red bricks either in a tower, or a 'skirt' running around the top of the building. We had left our umbrellas at the hotel because the sun was shining when ...
This morning we awoke to a whole lot of noise outside our window. "Is that rain?", I asked Sukh. "I think so," he replied. "I gotta see this", I said, and got up to open the shutters. It was a torrential downpour. The forecast was calling for less than 5mm of rain in the morning; I swear we got that within 5 minutes. It was calling for rain the rest of the day as well. We stalled a bit, watching and waiting for the rain to let up a bit. After a while ...
... you have different grades of lead you use in it. I have one from design school, but the sharpeners for them tend to be very messy and that's why I haven't continued using it. In this case their leads are very thick and you can use a regular pencil sharpener. I asked why he liked it and he said it has a good "feel" on the paper, so I tried it. I agree with him, it's nice, if not a bit messy. You have to get used to the lead in that you really can get all grades of line weight ...