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... One was enough for her.
Learning the hike between Manarola and Corniglia was closed as well, we wrapped up our lunch and took the train to Vernazza - the city I most wanted to visit. The sky was getting cloudier and the air much cooler. It appeared as if it might start raining at any point - not to my surprise. We continued on, as this would be the only day for the three of us to explore the Cinque Terre together. As we walked into Vernazza ...
... but also very frustrating because other tourists kept stepping in the way and ruining our shots. Eventually we got a couple of photos we were somewhat satisfied with and called it a day.
Later that night we headed to an acclaimed sandwich shop in Florence to get some Italian sandwiches. As far as places to eat go, this place was rated #2 in all of Florence on TripAdvisor so suffice to say we had high expectations going in. When we arrived ...
... Melbourne. Elisabetta our guide is from Lake Como. Been doing a bit of running - Paris, Beaune and yesterday along the foreshore in Nice. We eat outdoors most nights and there are screens up everywhere showing the World Cup. France is through but unfortunately Italy is not.
We are about to open a bottle of wine ad then go out for dinner. Arrivederci!
... the cobblestone streets, it felt good to be back in Italy. Pisa was/is beautiful. I didn't have high expectations but the next day blew me away. The rolling hills and mountains could be seen beyond the river. The small streets that break away from main roads held character; Each turn was a different adventure. The other monuments were something to see but simply walking around the town was what I enjoyed most.
... fourth village, Vernazza. This village was the one that was hit the hardest by a landslide a couple of years and the community is still working on repairing the town. After lunch we headed to the fifth and final village, Monterossi which is known for its beach. The walk between the 4th and 5th towns was definately the hardest. There was an extremely steep set of 400 odd stairs which hurt our knees but would of been a hell of a lot worse if we had hiked the ...
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