Borgo Villino Appartements
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... biggest shove and slammed her up against the train wall, yelling "I know what you're up to". She held her stomach in pain and had a shocked look on her face, she wasn't expecting this middle aged woman to be quite as aggressive. A few choice words came out of my mouth and by this time Karen, who was right behind me realised what had happened. We yelled at her to get off the train but it was only when we sat down in our ...
... shops as we ascended the steep hill. We went around on a bend as we got to the top. This brought us out to the right of the village just above the coastline. We could see the Lover's Path - but it was closed. The walkway went around the edge of the mountain over the water - it would have been amazing!
We got some amazing photos before deciding to head down to the 'beach'. We now were on the decline.. this meant narrow stairs which required frequent sideways motion ...
... the port city of La Spezia, we had two objectives, to get lunch and to find a room. I set out to find a room first but was surprised by the apparent lack of hotels in the town, but after a kind lady guided me, I stumbled into the Jolly Hotel dripping wet, like a vertical puddle. They gave us adjoining rooms for a good price, which included breakfast and internet at an extra charge. We signed up and unloaded our gear. I then asked the concierge/ front desk ...
... I was proved wrong with the fellow American travelers I was meeting...I had a good thing going with them!! Sweet girls... They made me feel way to cool for what I was doing...really, I told them I wasn't!
It just so happened to work out that Giuseppe was in Florence, a train-ride away, or a bit more...for the weekend and we were able to meet for the day. He picked me up from the station and we headed for Da Vinci. Now, who knows that Leonardo ...
... 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 ...