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... decker, and it was FULL... wow where are they all going.... same place we are I guess. The line snaked along the edge of the hills along the water's edge but mostly it was through tunnels... of course.
We arrived at Vernazza and again wandered through the tiny streets and eventually arriving at their harbour. This harbour was a little bigger and had a patch of dark sand where the little boats were tied up. Beautiful views and wild seas. This harbour was protected by ...
... Cinque Terre is. The fact that you can walk between these 5 towns is incredible! The towns are all so unique and exploding with colour and personality. I adore each of them equally. If I were to choose a favourite, It would either be Manarola or Vernazza. They were both the smallest, but i feel the were both the most unique, yet offered the most aesthetically beautiful!
... Pisa, no, we didn't see the leaning tower, apparently it is dwarfed by tall buildings and not near the train station. Passed through Civitavecchia - the Italian Cruise Ship capital. We caught a taxi to our hotel - Visconti Palace Hotel - in fear and intrepidation as we got ripped off by the taxi from the airport last time - all good, we learnt from the reception at our hotel that the taxi industry had been regulated. ...
... arch to the town beach. We can see the arch from our window, and while its roped off, everyone just steps over the rope. Into the water to cool off. Absolute bliss. We'd drunk water continually throughout the walks, but nothing like cool sea water to refresh you the most.
Tonights dinner was harbourside, pizza for Paul and trofie, the local pasta, with pesto for me. Both left with smiles on our faces. ...
... There are two sets of rows that show the station information: one for the morning, one for the evening. The times all line up in columns. At the top of some of the columns is a letter that has a meaning described at the bottom of the schedule. A means festivale (weekends and holidays), B means non-festivale(weekdays only), and so on. I got those all figured out, but the letter is not repeated for the second set of rows. I made the assumption that since the rows are separated by ...