Borgo Villino Appartements
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The moment I got off the train from La Spezia in Riogimoire, the first town of Cinque Terre, I was in love. It was exactly like the google images said it would be. Small colorful houses stacked on top of each other. A steep cobblestone road running right through the middle of the town (which actually used to be a river once upon a time) and heaps and heaps of stairs!!! After checking into my dorm and carrying my backpack up several flights of uneven stairs I met Elke ...
... to a group of five towns that have been given a collective name of Cinque Terra, meaning five lands. But as we drove towards the coast a nasty rain squall swallowed us, and then turned into one of the nastiest thunderstorms I have ever driven through. The rain started coming down and then the pops of lightening began to strike the ground in the near distance, and had me a bit worried. We pulled into a toll station to take a ticket, and was afraid the toll ...
... the last train for the night. Just our luck, a train operator passed by asking for our tickets, but we didnt buy any ahh! Afraid of a large fine we pretended to look four our tickets in our bags when he decided we would just pay for the price of the ticket, phew! Got back to the hostel, showered and knocked out! Today well be leaving and taking the train to Florence for a few hours before heading to Venice tonight. Im ready for a new city and Im definitely loving Italia, ...
... sheep, quite a long legged breed and like a freisian cow quite bony and not breed for meat.
These forage on local pasture and herbs and in the winter are given hay made from the same grass and never silage of balage to affect the taste of the milk.
We then went through the cheeses starting with the youngest to the most mature and even got to try the most expensive which was truffle, very nice too, first a taste of mushroom, then an ...
... would turn up a bit later. We were brought a tureen of Tuscan vegetable soup and even after attempting to eat slowly, by the time we had finished we were still the only ones in the restaurant, which was the way it stayed for the entire 3-course meal. We weren't even joined by our host. I guess the invitation was lost in translation a bit, especially when the waitress asked us if we wanted the bill charged to our room. It ...