Hotel Il Ponte
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... some seats and ordered a couple of tasty lagers. After that we started heading back towards our hotel and ended up passing by a little bar called La Prosciutteria. It seemed lively inside so we decided to grab a drink. As we were walking in an Italian girl out front flagged my brother down and next thing we know we're surrounded by locals. They were all very cool (and drunk) and we hung out with them for the rest of the night.
We ended ...
... tower from falling which was something we did not want to lower ourselves to do. We preferred to amuse ourselves by taking a photo of us trying to push it over. We did want to climb the tower but unfortunately you have to be 8 to be able to and we didn't think it would be fair on Ruby and the twins if we left them at the bottom. It is really quite amazing how packed the area around the tower is, it was absolutely ...
... and we spent the next few hours drinking, talking and dancing to the bands tunes. Everyone was so merry and all the locals were getting into the festivities dressed up in white and pink and partying in the open air. I was having a really good time and then I noticed someone walk past with foam suds on their shoes. There was a foam party somewhere!! Christine and I went hunting for the foam party which we ended up finding down at the train station of all places. We ...
... and ended up being worth every penny.
Angelo, the captain, used to be a fisherman in the town of Monterosso and was a 3rd generation fisherman in his family. While Paula (a San Fransiscan) was on vacation to the Cinque Terre years prior, the two met and were soon married. She moved to Italy, where they later began Angelo's Boat Cruises and opened a few Vacation Rentals. It was an extremely ...
... market and of course the famous Piazza where the pigeons clamber all over tourists for bread crumbs. The Duke’s Palace was extraordinary and the paintings on the walls and ceilings of almost every room rivaled those of any of the other palace we have visited on our trip.
After Milan and Venice, we ventured to the quieter and more relaxed town of Modena. Famous for Sweet Balsamic Vinegar, Parmigiano-Reggiano (known better as Parmesan cheese) ...