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... disappointment was the sunflowers. We saw fields and fields of sunflowers all over Italy, but they were all dried out and very sad looking. I had pictured dancing through fields of beautiful bright sunflowers under the Tuscan sun, but that wasn't to be! Don’t get me wrong, we have loved all that Tuscany has to offer, and adored each and every Tuscan town, but somehow the Umbrian countryside really stands out for me. One thing Umbria doesn’t have though, is Florence!
... plan, excited to explore Florence.
After about 15 minutes of walking, I started to feel light headed and nauseous. I realized I virtually had nothing to eat for the past four days, and I was most definitely dehydrated. Keeping my water bottle pressed to my lips, I started to search for a grocery store to see if I could find a banana - any quick fix to fill me up and give me some energy. I passed a few, and only ones that sold them by the giant bundle. Damn. ...
... The lower area was so nice, we could go climb on the rocks that were in the water! We didn't really have any free time in this town, but we got on the train to head to Monterosso! This town was much bigger! It had several beaches, restaurants, cliffs, and shops! The tour guide gave us a much shorter tour and then we have several hours to wonder! We did the same as Saturday and formed a group to go to lunch with, this time we had pesto and the specific type of pasta ...
... the bikes up and wondered up the hill into the centre proper. What we discovered was a small, interesting looking town, a mixture of old and not so old (1970s). We wondered though the town and found the smallest parliament building in Europe. We'd be back for a tour tomorrow. We headed into the commercial district and found some items advertised and on display you just wouldn't find anywhere else - cigarette advertisements ('Camel - inspiring creativity, since 1913' ... what ...
... It may have seemed longer because the sun was beating down on us. I was sweating bullets. It looked like we did get some hiking experience in the Cinque Terre area! In the end, the trek was worth it as we were rewarded with a gorgeous panoramic view of the Ligurian Sea coast.
We decided to skip Manarola because we were tired. Plus, we figured it would be more of the same: a small town with shops and restaurants, as well as a great view. We ...