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... ledges and beautiful shapes and patterns chiselled from the blocks of stone they are made off. Really beautiful way off showing off the buildings, each having a different style and colour.
Italy really is a beautiful place but I still can't get used to the 3-4 hour lunch breaks where everything closes for the duration.
So after an enormous day of walking and sightseeing, we headed back to Fifi and a feast of homemade (not by me) gnocchi and sauce, oh so yummy and well ...
... sculpture for the Medici family. After two days in Florence, I can say that the Medici family was one of the prime movers for the Renaissance. Major patrons of the arts and sciences in the day.
Back to the hotel, quick pack up and check out, then off to the train station for the trip to Monterosso. As usual, the train station was hectic, loud and confusing. We thought about getting in line for ...
... we find ourselves on a totally different type of train. This one has first class compartments and we are sharing ours with two other couples from the US. The bonus is our very own luggage area in our compartment and they kindly help us get it into the overheads. I am sure they wonder what to make of us. We have not bothered to do our hair, we have absolutely no makeup on and have all our heaviest clothes tied around our ...
... we jumped on the train and headed to check out the 2 towns we hadn't yet explored. First stop was Manarola which was gorgeous and small, there were people rock jumping into the ocean and lots of people sunbathing on the concrete, didn't look very comfortable. Next we headed to the last town Monterosso, as the train was pulling in we could see glimpses of sandy beaches which was very exciting! The beaches were packed, there were areas where ...
... and left the station for some lunch - it was ok. It was run by Asian people in Milan!!!! Went back into the station and found a great place to have a cup of tea and use wi-fi. It was heaps nicer than the cafe! Caught train to Sestri Levante - it was a l-o-n-g train ride in a VERY VERY crowded carriage :(( Anyway got to Sestri and had to literally fight our way off the train! We were met at the station ...