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... did have a great day. From Lucca, we took the train to Viareggio, then the fast Frecciabiancha to La Spezia (big station, beach town), and finally the last train to Riomaggiore, the southernmost town in the Cinque Terre. The last train took us through a little countryside, then into a dark tunnel for several minutes until it burst forth on the other side of the mountains, looking down on the deep azure of the sea from a ...
... fishy pieces of delicious heaven (and a grand source of omega 3).
In all seriousness (though I was serious before) shall we talk food? Let us talk food.. Italian food. If you do not enjoy seafood, wine, pesto or pasta do not go to Cinque Terre. Often mispronounced as 'Sinkway Terray' or 'Chinkie Terror' this place is a series of villages lining the Italian coastline and is a foodie heaven.
As would be predicted the seafood was ...
Our hotel in Pisa is the Royal Victoria Hotel and reminds me of the historic old hotels in the Blue Mountains..... none of the mod-cons but plenty of charm. The telefono in the lobby is something to be seen.
We had a good explore of Pisa in the ...
... to explore the town a little bit.
My priority was a bathroom, a sangria, and Wi-Fi. :). We tried but couldn't put all three together in the same location; so we settled for a bathroom and Wi-Fi, and ended up having a delicious fresh-squeezed lemon granita with vodka drink. With the heat here, the drink was really refreshing.
We rushed back at the appointed time to meet up and catch the ferry back to Vernazza
... when nobody was looking – bottled water is quite expensive here – up to 3 euro, which is $4.50! There are no little supermarkets to stock up on cheaper water, like we've done in other places.
After breakfast, we caught the free shuttle boat over to Zattere, a stop just across the canal. We popped our umbrella up and strolled through some back streets of Venice, walking toward the Accademia Bridge. We didn't really mind that it was ...