Ostello San Frediano
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... to Riomaggiore with its cute tiny crooked streets with tall crooked colourful buildings all along them leading down to an amazing azure blue bay. Here we jumped into the clear blue water (which was a lovely temperature) and had a nice swim and sunbake.
From here we went to the post office and towards the next pathway when we realised that was the one section that was still shut (due to the floods from ...
... to the man that deprived us of our sixth minute of shower time, but we did. We started along the hike with ease. We played “I’m going on a picnic and I’m bringing…” and the Three-Headed-Monster Sentence Add-On game. I don’t think you are ever too old to enjoy simple games like that.
We were smooth-sailing until we reached the path from the 4th to the 5th town. We ...
... especially at sunset. It's terrible because words and pictures can't do any of this justice.
We were going to go on a hike the next day, so Lexi and I decided to go to the supermarket while we still had time to pick up somethings for breakfast to cook in our tiny kitchen, and snacks for the hike. While wandering around we found the greatest gift to wine lover's, tiny wine boxes for the vino on the go. Not for the person who knows all about ...
... Great...another big loop and more wasted time. Evidently they wanted to make sure I got on the right bus even though they knew it would come right back to where I was waiting.
The bus drove and drove and drove and wizzed past a sign that said Pisa with a cross through it. Actually bounced would be a better description because the road was starting to get bad. In Europe a city name with a line through it means leaving the ...
We stopped in Pisa in the afternoon for a while. There's not a lot to say about Pisa - it's a massive tourist attraction, filled to the brim with tourists and merchants trying to sell you strange things. The church and baptistery are the only two other buildings on the site, along with a strange wall. The most fun is watching all the people on the grass doing those ...