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... we realised we were in First Class and had to move another 3 carriages down until we came to our more suitable cattle class.
Arrived in Monterosso a couple of hours later and it is as beautiful as the postcards depict. Very similar to Amalfi, in that it is on the coast, has plenty of ceramics and sells Lemoncello.
We felt right at home.
A couple of hours after arriving we started to receive text messages from Sal, Kate and ...
... system. We
got to the train station with a few minutes to spare after braving
those horrid ticket machines. It was so nice yesterday not needing them
as we had a Cinque Terre card. The train would be 29 minutes to
La Spezia. It was a lovely ride going past the Cinque Terre villages and
the riviera one last time. Upon arriving at La Spezia we knew we had two hours to kill so we were in no rush.
We would get lunch here to save us having to get it on the train ...
Arrived in Cecina on the train from Pisa, and walked for about an hour in the hot sun with all our gear to find the campsite. We were planning on staying for four nights (in hind sight we were glad we didnt) but they only had room for us for one night, even that was a stretch.
Turns out camping beside the mediterranean in Tuscany is not as dreamy as it sounds. After putting up the tent on a very hard piece of dirt (only 100m from the sea so ...
... playing guitar in the park and rowing a boat. Don't worry, I saw the sights inbetween hangovers! Many many goosebump moments were had.
Rome has been my favourite so far. Random fun things happened in Rome. On arrival, my dorm buddies were chicks I partied with in Rio for Carnivale. It was a pure backpacking moment of serendipidy and disbelief after 3 months travelling.
The hostel was farking unbelievable and renewed my gypsy endeavour to one day ...
... Wenecji nie ma bezpośrednich pociągów do Pizy więc konieczna jest przesiadka w Bolonii lub we Florencji. Panowie w informacji i w kasach mówili świetnie po angielsku oraz byli bardzo uprzejmi i pomocni. Wszystko nam dokładnie wytłumaczono i nie mieliśmy żadnych wątpliwości jak dojechać do Pizy. Trzeba pamiętać, że we Włoszech bilet na pociąg należy skasować na peronie przed ...