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... was completely awash with inches of water. I copped the bow wave of an oncoming car which hit me fully across the chest -.my cycling top was covered with bits of leaves and assorted flotsam of the road!
This first storm was soon over and things dried up but when the next storm came it went on for hours.
Anyway, we made it to Lucca and as I sit here now in the early evening the sun has just come out.
120km on the clock for the ...
... for a stroll and to take a few pictures. The streets dry quickly and they are crowded, the doors to the shops are open and welcoming, the piazza del Duomo is full and people have begun to gather in the cafes for their late afternoon beverage of choice. Our last dinner in Italy is fresh anchovies on salad and bistecca Fiorentina at Il Gatto Nero, the Black Cat-a fitting end to what has been two weeks of gastronomic pleasure (and ...
... elevated :(. Although the coastal path is officially closed, several people I have spoken with said they had walked this path from Corniglia with no problem and didn't realise it was closed until they arrived at Vernazza. As this is my last day in Italy I will have to leave this path for my next visit - perhaps as a resident??? ...
July 9th – Wednesday
We got to sleep in a bit and Barbara was very kind to make us breakfast and take us to the airport
We made it through the very crowded ryanair check in lines and security with about 20 min to spare
We arrived safely after a fairly quick filght to Pisa, Italy where we visited an internet café for food/web
... br> This is Cinque Terre, in Northwestern Italy, a UNESCO world heritage site composed of five small towns entrenched into mountain sides, which cascade right down into the turquoise Mediterranean sea. Even in winter it is beautiful. The slopes all run about a 50 degree angle-quite steep, and remarkably, they are all terraced, much like the Incas of the Andes. The slopes were probably forested at one point ...