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The second week of the course was challenging. We visited the modern art gallery in Viareggio, two wonderful little villages and another winery in the Lunigiana area. Our guides only spoke italian. The challenge came after lunch. The italian long lunch with a couple of glasses of the local wine. The fluency was better and ...
... stairs just to reach the town. Once there, we ambled about and were again stunned by how beautiful these towns are.
We were quickly on our way towards Vernazza, taking the coastal hiking route. I have to admit, the route was tougher than we expected given how touristy the area is, but the upside of this was that the paths were devoid of tour groups and cruise ship passengers.
The hike was stunningly picturesque. The landscape is a blend of man made and natural ...
... viaducts and tunnels of the Ligurian coast as it hugs around and through the mountains. Mountains that disappear only into the sea. Plus the narrow autoroute lanes, with no hard shoulders, and continuos signs for; 'change lanes, men at work in 200m', but then there are no men at work until just after you hug a corner FIVE MILES afterwards. The Italians see no reason to slow down for lane ...
July 9th – Wednesday
We got to sleep in a bit and Barbara was very kind to make us breakfast and take us to the airport
We made it through the very crowded ryanair check in lines and security with about 20 min to spare
We arrived safely after a fairly quick filght to Pisa, Italy where we visited an internet café for food/web
... living like this for a millennium. It's their way. But I bet the have the calves of Olympic runners.
Two and a half miles, 100+ minutes, up a mountain and down again, we crested the top of yet another hill...and smiled. Below us the village of Vernazza, with its trademark tower spread out around a cove. I'm not sure I've ever felt so relieved in my life. Another couple of minutes descending the trail brought us to a narrow, ...