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We leave Levanto about 9.30am and reach Menton France near the French/Italian border and stop about 12.30 for lunch. We immediately take a liking to Menton. It has a magical feel to it with its beautiful beaches and attractive architecture and hot climate. From the bay you look a short distance down the coast to the Italian City, San Reno, just two tunnels and one short viaduct away. When we first arrive we get no ticket from ...
... queen bed and an actual shower! There’s a little tiny, and I mean tiny, fridge (about 3 inches deep) and a small balcony with two chairs overlooking the quaint village and the sea.
We really needed showers after the workout with the luggage, so we got that done and then went out. We bought a few snacks at a little store and found a place to eat at…Il Porticciolo.
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... for a while. This was handy as Erin had been guzzling water again and needed the toilet. The castle actually had some nice garden areas as well that we looked at and because it was a nice day Italians were all basking in the sun in their underwear. We walked from the castle along the main street to finish at the Duomo. This is the main church at the city centre of Milan and it's magnificent. It stands over the main square where hundreds of people (us included) ...
... good friend Rick. So we got some delicious gelato (Mom and I, feeling lost, decided to copy Camden’s flavors so we would be pleased. The three of us got chocolate hazelnut and cream, Ethan got lemon and stracciatella, and Dad got cream of Vernazza and pistachio), took the train back to Manarola, and returned to the hostel. We had a wonderful dinner there. Dad ordered a magnificent and scrumptious gnocchi with pesto, Cam got some ...
... monastery, where apparently Mass was heard simultaneously every Sunday. There were numerous other highlights of the tour, which felt very special - just the dozen of us on a "private" viewing in this huge, beautiful, very peaceful, building. For our return we found a quicker route back, which skirted the mountain. Whilst we were out Chris & Katie had been to the supermarket for some barbecue essentials, and we settled down for an afternoon by the ...