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... of cured meats, cheese and breads served on a board then wandered home for a rest and lay on the bed to read and woke up to the most violent thunder, lightning and rain.
We had our washing hanging out the window so that was all wet again. Great light show and it certainly cleared the restaurants down below us!
Dinner at da Leo's and a sneaky gelato in a cone on the walk home. Ciao Deb ...
... stop at Vernazza about once an hour so we had to wait for the 3:26 train. By 4:00 a huge crowd had gathered waiting. When the train stops at this station, many of the train cars stay in the tunnel. It seems strange to wait for a train on a platform that is in a tunnel. Upon arrival at 4:15, hundreds of passengers got off causing a huge human traffic jam inside the station tunnel as even more passengers were pushing to get on. We were glad it was a short ride in the packed train. ...
... then we decided to catch the train back to Levanto. There was supposed to be a short cut back up the hill from the train station to the hotel but we missed the unmarked turnoff and took the longer route. It was a steep climb and we were pleased when we reached the hotel.
We had a 1 course meal at the hotel that night, couldn't be bothered walking down the hill to the town, we had done enough steep slopes and steps for one day!
... the huge cathedral in the town Square. I have seen a few cathedrals along the way but this one was awesome! The amazing intricate detail on every panel! It looked wonderful in the dusk light.
By this late hour I refused to leg it back to our hotel , so we used Haydn's skills of deduction once more to buy a ticket on the subway to get back home. This did save us many blocks of leggin it which I greatly appreciated 9.30 at night!
My train ...
... lunch and then more strolling. Eventually the shops opened again and the town was thriving.
We have been enthralled by the locals and their animals. It is nothing to see dogs taken into cafes and clothes shops. Our friends who stayed in Monterosso saw a couple of dogs sitting on seats eating pasta out of bowls set on the table. Not sure if this is particular to this region or not but it's given us something to giggle at.