Albergo Delle Spezie
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... the towns but the majority of the track was closed due to landslides so we opted for the ferry and train. First stop on the ferry was Portovenero just about 40 minutes from La Speiza. It was a beautiful little town built on the headland. We walked up to the old castella and church and snapped a few good photos. We then boarded the boat again to head around to the famous 5 towns inside the Cinque Terre National Park. The boat trip was beautiful around sheer cliffs ...
... streets and we spotted a café that offered Gluten Free sandwiches so we ordered this and a beer (even had that GF) and rested our weary bodies. Ken reckoned this to be the best GF bread he has ever eaten. Had a long chat with the owner who makes all the bread fresh daily. (we are lovingly referred to over here as the celiaci and the normal !)
Definitely time for a swim, so back to Venazza on the train and to the rocky, stony ...
... statues in the plaza.
Our tour then took us down the Uffizi Gallery to the Ponte Vecchio where we saw the oldest bridge in Florence. Then, back through the Uffizi Gallery and the town to the Piazza Santa Croce where we saw another beautiful church.
We then were given free time for lunch and shopping. Our guide had made lunch reservations for us at Buccadoma right on the square. Lunch was ...
... suited to my needs and with the traditional character I sought. My base for one month and at this moment solice to rest and breathe.
The TranItalia (train) from Pisa is but a short trip to arrive at Riomaggiore the smallest of the Cinque Terre (5 Lands) villages and the most ...
... week . . .