Borgo Villino Appartements
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... br> We had dinner at a great little bistro near the bottom of the old town, filling up on seafood dishes, salad and a glass or two of vino.
A wander around after, and time to call it a night. The girls had travelled far and the eyes were hanging out of their heads!
Lovely to finally be here in the Cinque Terra with the girls...not sure if the locals will to too happy by the end of our stay if the noise levels tonight are anything to go ...
... capped mountains in the distance :) We walked halfway along the city walls and went back to the apartment to pack to go to the train station. Kerry walked us to the train station and we got our three tickets for the three trains needed to get to Cinque Terre. We got the first train to Via Reggio. We used the toilet at the train station, which is a self-cleaning toilet in which the whole room is flooded with water after each use. I had read about these toilets in an ...
... cars cannot reach them from the outside.
Tauck took us by boat to the villages and by train back to La Spezia. Because it was Saturday, the first segment of the boat ride was packed with weekenders heading to the sea for the day. Luckily they got off at the first or second port, leaving us room to move around and take some fantastic shots of the villages ...
... 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 ...