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... And how cool it is on the other side of the tunnel. Then headed back and sat on the 'Internet' park bench outside the office and uploaded photos. That takes a while! Wonderful conversations with other guests sitting there doing the same thing. Wonderful weather forecast for tomorrow. I am ready for 'Angelo's Boat Tour.' Magnificent day. Loved it. Absolutely cannot believe that I walked that far. Hey, remember that guy who snored in Munich? He's followed me to ...
... br> Hark, now hear the sailors cry
Smell the sea and feel the sky
Let your soul and spirit fly
Into the mystic
And when that fog horn blows
I will be coming home
And when the fog horn blows
I want to hear it, I don't have to fear it
I want to rock your gypsy soul
Just like way back in the days of old
And magnificently we will fold
Into the ...
... and not to go. We are very close to the Vatican so close that St Peters church bells are easy to hear. So tonight no one is really hungry after our huge lunch so we are going to walk around St Peters Dome and a little around the area here. Tomorrow we will attract the city by foot of course all the boys want to see is the Colosseum. So you can read about that tomorrow. Ok first we walked to St Peters Dome and there are hundreds of chairs out he front whether they ...
... holding hands, behind. I doze through the first train ride and read Dickens through much of the second; when I look up again we're in beautiful mountainous country, though it's become grey and rainy. I notice white around the feet of the mountains not their peaks - can't be snow, some type of white rock perhaps? They seem to have cut slabs of marble (white) at a factory near ...
... back into Monterosso town and catch the 4min train to Vernazza, which from the travel guides has been labelled 'the jewel of the Cinque Terre'. This town is dated back to the eleventh century, compared to Monterosso that was settled in the middle ages.
This town like Monterosso and other towns we have visited was a warren of narrow alleyways called 'carruggi'. The town was protected by 2 defence towers, one of which has been converted into a restaurant with amazing views. ...