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We had set off up the lane behind our apartment to walk to the street of palaces on the hill, where we were to visit three of them. We came upon a small square which we recognised as somewhere we had tried to get a drink yesterday but given up and walked on, after about 10 futile minutes.
I thought we had walked straight down the hill and past this cafe but Sue contradicted me (who would have thought that ...
... lady checking out Katie's camera as we crossed a busy road so I told Katie to put it away!
it was a very pretty place but very busy. We were on top of the bus and it was covered in a clear plastic. I felt we were slow roasting!! Yum/Yuk!,
sorry I have to write this very quickly in an Internet cafe before we miss the last bus and have to swim to catch the ship.
we are pinching ourselves that we are in Italy!
Wish you were all here too.
... foot to explore. We visited the Cathedral of San Lorenzo. This richly decorated cathedral,has three imposing doorways, inside the black and white columns stand out. There are many fine paintings and richly decorated altars. The Doges Palace is now a cultural centre and preparations were underway for a concert in the courtyard outside the palace. We walked on up the hill and through a beautiful ...
... plan A. Whilst I was on the train I got talking to another Aussie who told be the inland walk from Corniglia (3rd town) back to Monterola (2nd town) was worth the time, this was now my Plan A. After exploring Riomaggerio I boarded the train for Corniglia. As I climbed the steps from the station to the town I was wondering what on earth I had set myself to do. Corniglia is a hilltop village (90m up from sea level) so that's a few hundred steps, ...
... a stone depicting the two faced Janus.
We met our driver for coffee in Panicale (note to self - Pannicarlay). Panicale is busier and more touristy than Paciano. There were a lot of English and American voices and there was free wi-fi at the cafes. The square with the cafes would make an ideal setting for a play or opera. We left Panicale by a very steep narrow road, then on through Panicarola to San Feliciano on Lake Trasimeno. We "had" to have ...