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... here!! YAAAY!!!! Our apartment is great, and we are right across the street from Castel Sant'Angelo and walking distance from Vatican City. We walked to the castle and St. Peter's Square tonight and then went to dinner -- which was another delicious, family meal -- and then headed back to the apartment. We didn't go into anything just yet, just scoped out the area. So, tomorrow, we explore ROME!!!!! I have been dreaming about this since I've been a ...
... that day as well and that he had hiked there and back. We did attempt to walk a bit of the distance the day before we left just to get a sense for what the hike might be like. It was a particularly wet, windy day so we didn’t enjoy it as much since we weren’t really prepared for it. Nonetheless I did manage to get some great photos of our village from that vantage point.
We also made it to Manarola the next day. Train strike did throw ...
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... the top but it was a misty day so we were only able to see 4. It was difficult to take a photo as the mist blurred the photo. It was still very beautiful.
After we walked down, we then walked through the streets of Monte Rosso. There were a lot more shops and people. The beaches here were actual sand, though the sand was a grey colour. The ocean looked very inviting and there were lots of people lying about. As tempting as this was, we had a 3 hour walk ahead of us ...
... walk around the wall. Amazing…I wasnt expecting too many people walking around but there were quite a few and the way it was lit up was glorious ...definitely will be doing it a few more times …especially with the warm nights and moonlit strolls. This is what memories are made of!!!
Last night we were invited to dinner at Stig and Charlotte’s apartment on via San Giorgio…right across Lucca from where we live. They are here for the long term ...