Dune Hotel and Residence
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... is doing a good thing by keeping them there. After the bunker we took the train back to Rio Maggiore, but soon realized that we were on the wrong train. We were sitting next to two beautiful girls, one blonde and one phillipino (I think) who had also gotten on the wrong train. We were all intimidated by them but were still being weird af because who cares. We were all cut up and I still had a bloody forehead and we looked pretty ratch but we were having such a ...
... of rain but this cleared later and the weather became quite warm and sunny.
The landscape of Cinque Terre was declared a patrimony of Mankind by UNESCO. It consists of 5 villages hidden in small coastal inlets between Punta Mesco at the west end and Capo Montenero at the east end. Along the cliffs terraces are supported by dry-stone walls made of limestone blocks and grape vines grow intermittently throughout the area. Habitation of the area started in the 12th ...
... in my seat, so I could not move. She grasped this and proceeded to track that person down, and demand that they move out of my seat, so she could have her seat! I could see that his might get complex as no one in the carriage seemed to be in their allocated seat.
The Italian lady was getting very angry as she tried to coax Haydn down the aisle to find his allocated seat, which was now empty as she had intimidated those poor persons into standing up ...
... to watch a man work in the vineyard, removing the weeds from his vines, and then very meticulously attaching the strong leaders of the vines to the support structure. It must take so much patience to be a grower of grapes, but ohhhh, the rewards! Tomorrow we leave Cinque Terra for the rural life on an organic vineyard and olive farm in Umbria. We will be taking four different trains to get there, so wish us luck on making ...
... fresh pesto for lunch, and a coast-hugging boat ride back to Riomaggiore and it made for a full day. Dinner back in Florence late that night -- papardelle (long, wide noodles) in wild boar sauce with a nice Italian beer (Mike felt like he deserved it) and a spicy penne pasta with Chianti (for Sharon) -- made for the perfect Italian trek.
You must try this yourself some day!
Love to all,
Mike and Sharon/Dad and Mom