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... we had lunch under the train tracks. Sounds very rogue, but there was actually a restaurant under the train tracks! The first time it passed overhead, we all had a look on our faces like an earthquake was going to kill us all.
After lunch, I headed up the hill for a hike, finding great views, a church, and an old monastery (now cemetery) along the way. Luckily, much of the fog began to burn off, improving the views, but making the mercury climb. The hike ...
... use to find people who want to host others in their homes for free. I've tried using it to get free places to stay in the cities I'm visiting but so far have had no luck. But they also have events hosted by couchsurfers, like language meets, competitions, ect.
Later went to Bern Dachstock, which is an old, abandoned complex of buildings that has been turned into an anything-goes art and party zone type place mostly ...
... our minds we decided to go for a pizza and calzone from our friends at L'arrembaggio again, we chased it down with another bottle of local red and relaxed with a couple of hours of t.v. Something which we hadn't done for some time.
Another early start and we are on our way to Pisa to try and either push over or hold up the tower depending on the camera angle we can get before heading to Florence in the heart of Tuscany to no doubt indulge in more of Italia’s ...
... limoncello - great (I tell fibs but it spoils the story). We have the sweet wine from the vines of the cinque terra called Sciacchetra - double great. Wander some more but everything and everywhere always seems to be up! This area is dominated by Americans and Germans, you can tell them easily as the yanks can be heard from 50 steps away and the Germans all carry those damn walking sticks, one must have two. Age brackets are ...
... ready to have some lunch and re-hydrate. Keely, who normally doesn't drink a lot, had a liter and a half of water at lunch!
After lunch we hike to Corniglia, which is the only one of the 5 towns that cannot be reached by boat, because of its protected position along the cliffs. We hike the 360+ steps up the town and really enjoyed it. The small, narrow alley ways, lined on both sides by old 5 story buildings are very ...