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... We take our time going out to explore the town; after a half-hour out, we are thoroughly soaked and head back having found nothing open other than a salumeria, a pharmacia and an interior decorating studio.
Although there are 30 restaurants in town, the manager/concierge has a difficult time finding us a place for lunch. Most of them are closed today; there are a many possible reasons-it is summer, it is winter (end of ...
Driving in Italy is definitely going to be more challenging. Within the first half hour of reaching Italy we were tooted at for taking more than half a second to move away from the traffic lights, honked at by a juggernaut for something only he knows the answer to, and screamed at by a car park attendant for taking too long to turn around in his car park. Add to this the stomach squelchy heights ...
... it was somebody from one of the motor homes moving their car closer to the van (perfectly conceivable that they'd have someone driving a back-up car). Once everyone else had left and silence was finally mine I emerged from the large shadow of some rocks on the beach and made a beeline for the covered rowing boat, only to be stopped in my tracks by that wretched car sitting there behind the gates, the owner still inside and staring straight at me.
I made out like I ...
So from Cinqueterra we headed along the Riviera, making our way round to Tuscany and Andreas!!! We headed along a 'strip' of miles and miles of identikit beach resorts that all are identical and quite tacky in the set up of 20metre portioned up pretty average beaches with rows and rows of beach umbrellas and chairs all privately owned and upards of 30euros for a days ...
... on that gelato.
We traveled to city number five, Monterosso al Mare, via train (which was awesome because Violet would have thrown me into the sea if we had to hike some more). There wasn't a lot to explore in this place, but we strolled up the main street (read: the only street) anyway. More than any of the other villages, in this one it felt a little like we were intruding. We turned one corner and ended up in the middle of a ...