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Travel Blogs from Casole d Elsa
... and we prepared for the following day by packing the fridge with water and snacks. Entering Florence with the car was a little hairy since, as usual the streets are barely wide enough for one car and it is impossible to find parking unless you’re riding a bicycle. Our giant Peugeot (giant by Euopean standards) was crawling through the streets and J-P had to retract the mirrors in order to squeeze through some tight spots. We scored a parking spot that ...
... off at the next station, and returned to Milano Centrale to meet the rest of the group. We took the next train to Chinque Terre, but had to pay the difference in ticket prices.
We arrived around 11:30am, after experiencing some beautiful views of the Italian coast and the Mediterranean sea on the way. We were greeted by the smell of the salt water and the sound of the water hitting the rocks. A few steps off the train, the water ...
There are five towns that make up the Cinque Terra. We stayed in Riomaggiore the southern most of the five. They are connected by boat, train, and paths, each of which is about 1/2 to 2 miles in length. In the right circumstance (and if you are in shape) you can follow the paths from the one we stayed in to the farthest one (Monterosso al Mare) in about 5 hours. Don's original plan was to take a boat ride from Riomaggiore (our town at one end) to Monterosso (at the other ...
... beach (right beside the man that yells "Coco-coco!!" and then proceeds to sell you the tastiest coconut in Italy). The Cinque Terre are a group of five towns (as the name suggests) that are somewhat miraculously built into the cliff face of the northern Italian coastline. We wandered each of the five towns, ate some amazing food and gelato (I confess to not being a fan of pasta, but never have I eaten fresher, tastier pasta in my life than in the Cinque Terre!), purchased ...
... BC by visiting the ruins of the Roman Amphitheatre. You get a really good panoramic view of it from above as you walk down to the entrance, which we made the most of. Because of that Mikayla and I decided not to go in. Me, because I wasn’t feeling very well, and Mikayla because she was incapable of focusing on anything other than New Moon at that stage. Sarah and Mike on the other hand decided they would go in and study the ruins more closely.
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