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... few week's absence, along with the first olive groves I can recall seeing. The terrain is now quite hilly, instead of mountainous, so I still expect it to be a challenging few days ahead on the road to Siena.
Tomorrow's destination is San Gimignano, a comparatively short stroll of 13kms. It is an extremely touristic town, so it may prove too difficult to find accommodation there. If that's the case, I'll take a quick look at its famous towers (and the museum of ...
... on RAI, the Italian equivalent of the BBC.
So while in The UK you have to put up with the jug eared crisp seller and his golf chums on the BBC, we have Paola carrying a torch for all Italian women, and doing rather a good job too actually. Of course, let's not get carried away, this is still Italy, and so it's the law that she has to look sexy, show some cleavage and we're sure her hemline gets higher every day, (it's currently 2" above the knee, ...
... Travelling at ridiculous speeds through mountainous ranges with sheer cliffs and European cars overtaking us at even more ridiculous speeds and trucks beeping at us for god knows what, was not exactly my idea of a good time .... But as it seems Waz was in his element. Despite the fear, when I sneaked a peak out the window the view of the hillside towns were spectacular.
Driving into Monterosso was even more of a challenge as we snaked ...
... spent a lot more time here - loads of options for natural sports i.e. hiking, canoeing, biking etc, as well as skiing in winter. A big possibility we'd be back in the future. Thank you Andorra! Left the country via the Northern part, and via the winding roads of the Pyrenees and into France. The long drive to Bagneres du Luchon, took a while but the scenery is spectacular. Shear cliff faces, snow capped mountains, lush forests ... some of the best. After establishing at Bagneres ...
... leaning tower of Pisa and took some pictures!! We then stopped off for some lunch and had delicious pizza. It started raining just a little bit so we headed back to the train station. We were now headed to Monterosso, a little town part of the Cinque Terre. We arrived after the sun set so it was a little dark but it is absolutely beautiful! It is right on the Mediterranean Sea and our rooms have a balcony overlooking the beach! It is paradise! ...
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