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... seen this spectacle of love, indulgence, companionship, status symbol show off, exercise reason, advisor with the shopping, mobile doggy bag (for those times when one doesn't like what one has ordered!), and of course pick up line for that girl (or guy) one has always fancied! Parma's dogs...... Nearly as important as Parma's violets!
How different to the dogs of Ireland!
... Fair Play it really is a magnificent building. Rhid gets the tickets easily enough and then we get touted by some African guys who pretend they're working for the rail company, they look at your ticket, suck their teeth and lead you to the completely wrong platform, looking all officious...then out comes the hand that wants to be crossed with Euro metal....great scam, the best bit is that they really do look the part as they wear suits and ties...fantastic. I tip him generously ...
... in the road, but all I saw was more mountains. Up and down. Up and down.....
Up and down, and the sun was starting to set. I'd been in the hills for a few hours and I had no idea how close I was to the coast.
I wasn't close at all. The sun went down and it was dark. I had come off the SS12 and somehow ended up on the SS324, an even smaller road with less people and villages. I had no cash and I was running out of petrol. I switched to ...
... an extra pullout bed, and we open the door to find a baby crib in there; hilarity ensued. It was the perfect place really when compared to places we've been staying in thus far. Internet was free, room was huge and could fit three people, bathroom was giant, and it was COLD. OMG YES. There's been too many hot hostels and hotels, so we appreciated the air conditioned room.
It was quite early still because of our little shortcut, so we walked around and explored. ...
... web or from tourist office enquiries. But it’s right there under the station, and almost empty: a huge relief as parking is always a serious challenge in Italian cities and villages. Regular trains run from La Spezia to each of the Cinque Terra villages and are the only practical way to access the walk. And certainly today, as we also need the train to ‘skip’ inaccessible sections of the track. It’s very cheap: a €10 ticket buys a ...