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... then went out again at night- not so bad as rain down to light drizzle and shops now open- great variety of little boutiques. Kim would love it. Dinner at Da Vasco - typical Tuscan food recommended by Maria. Zuppa Farro (beans and grain soup) a bit bland but great with black pepper and a bit of olive oil, Trippe ( in rich tomato and carrot sauce- fantastic) and finish with a sweet veg and raisin pie. Best meal yet for 29€ with a half red. Rain and thunder all ...
... 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. ...
After picking up our luggage, we got on our next train with destination “Levanto” as we headed west to the Italian Riviera and the Cinque Terre. At first the scenery was not a lot unlike Manitoba with agricultural fields and lots of trees. We watched in anticipation as the terrain
became hillier and in fact mountainous. We began going through many tunnels. When we reached Levanto, the ...
... morning with the 45min leggin it to get there on time.
It was a lovely morning walk ,there was no traffic or cars, an eerie sort of feel, but we boarded the bus on time for the 2.5 hour trip to La Spezia. We arrived mid morning and the temperature was already in the mid 30's. We were all issued with head sets where we could hear commentary and instructions for meeting places from our tour leader so when we wander off no one gets lost!
... the better of us, and we returned to Riomaggorie to share some wine and cheese. We took a bottle of wine, cheese and crackers up to a little spot high up overlooking the sea which had become a favorite place of ours to watch the sunset. To end our perfect time in Cinque Terre we had a lovely farewell dinner with some of the yummiest seafood pasta I've ever had! We said goodbye to Cinque Terre the next morning as the clouds started to darken and set off on the train again to ...