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... ones you see here. For men and No. 1, you simply peed into the hole. For No. 2 you turned around, put you feet on the serrated footpads shown here and, that's right, you squat. For women, squat is the program in all cases. And I can't even begin to describe the toilet paper. Charmin hadn't been invented yet. The paper provided in those days, when there was paper provided, was just a shade less coarse than if you'd shaved bark off a tree.
... it really didn't matter. After we got off the train we went to our restaurant for dinner but were devastated to find out they were no longer serving pizza, which is all we had been talking about for the past two hours. We ordered pasta and I tried so hard to savor it because I was so hungry and it was so good i didn't want to eat it all in one bite. After dinner we all got gelato, I got hazelnut and nutella and it was delicious. We went home after that and passed out.
... last day. If I come back to Cinque Terre, I'm for sure staying there, and I recommend you do too! We left there on the 9th and had a 3 hour train ride to Siena(Awesome town!!!) got a rental car, and are now at a farm in Tuscany. Yes, it's as beautiful as the pictures. Driving here has been an adventure in itself. We've driven to several small towns and sampled food and wine. Today we are just lounging by the pool. There is no one else staying here, so it's just ...
... a lot of connecting trains and roads throughout Italy)
When booking your train ticket you are allocated seating; ie everyone has a seat number. When we boarded the train in Zurich there was some confusion as to which train was ours.We were assured by an English speaking platform attendant that this was our train to Milan so we boarded and sourced out our seats. As it happened there was some people sitting in our allocated seats, and after ...
... way along the coast. Just beautiful. Vernazza like all of the towns was full of tiny little shops selling touristy wares, clothes and of course gelati! As a treat after our long walk Cory and I sat and ate some gelati while watching a group of students playing a weird version of volleyball (without a net) in the town square. The pasta in these towns was some of the best we have had in Italy, and we had our first taste that night in a lovely little restaurant back ...