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... and quiet as we slept in and hung out at the camping ground we were staying at. Italy, like France continued to surprise us with their morning sweet tooth. Our day wasn't without a delicious chocolate-filled croissant to get your blood sugar up in the morning. Well, they call it chocolate, I call it Nutella. Though relaxing, our day was also filled with frustration as we tried to find a decently priced accommodation in Cinq Terre at the ...
... Graham and Wendy Doust for the afternoon, so good to laugh and chat with Aussies and share the joys of retirement. One day we revisited Portifino and San Margherita where we also stayed 15 years ago. There are countless Australians in this place, many of whom are doing the hikes between villages if they are currently open. Tomorrow we are off to Nice and then into France to our apartment at L'Isle Sur La Sorgue for two weeks. Hope the photos tell the story of this ...
... because it was doing my head in. Decided to take a break from the autostrade and pop into Monaco. The lookout at the top had us seeing someone hop into their helicopter and zip off over the water to a nearby waiting cruiser. Winding down the entry to Monte Carlo, we watched as the 'nice cars' all started to appear. Amazing traffic system they have to keep everyone moving, though we were lucky as it was lunchtime and everyone was driving into town from ...
Vernazza was pretty...but crowded, so we decided to press on to Corniglia, the town inaccessible by ferry perched atop a hill. Very cute, surrounded by grapevines. The track was mostly up, with a bit of up and down at the end, and pretty busy. Lunch in the town square opposite the Oratory of the Flagellants of St Catherine... And not a whip in sight!
The track is closed to the last 2 towns... Oooh...we would have done it ...
... the relaxing walk along La Via Dell'Amore (Lovers Lane) that links Riomaggiore and Manarola. After taking in the quaint village of Manarolla we jumped back on the train to La Spezia to meet our bus back to Florence. A long day, but definitely worth it. Some of the most beautiful coast line I have ever seen and that's pretty big coming from an Aussie. Tip of the day: Remember never under any circumstances take a laxative and a sleeping pill on the same night... Lukey B A Baker ...