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... to get back to the ship. In fact the queue is so long, and the sun so warm that we decide to go in search of some gelati to make the wait more pleasant. We stumble across a very busy and very special gelateria and in a country famous for delicious ice cream, this is pretty special indeed. We sit at the edge of the fountain and watch the queue and get on board the last bus back to the ship.
We cross our fingers and hope that this good weather will stay with ...
... noise, but couldn't figure out what it was until we were close.
The only other cultural place was where it is believed the temple of Janus was located. The temple was later replaced by a pagan temple dedicated to Ceres, the Roman goddess of Agriculture. Today, the Ceraseto church from the 16th century stands in the very same location. Traces of the reused building materials from the Etruscan temple are still visible in the
... Just as well really as later that evening I realised I had a huge
hole in one of my socks. Despite me putting forward an argument that there was
still some life left in them, when I woke up the following morning they were
not where I’d taken them off. They had found their way to the bin. I wonder how
they got there??! Unfortunately, the bin is where they stayed. Never mind. I’m sure
I brought another pair with we somewhere!!!
... I just wanted to share that I cannot understand how one can't see what fun is to be had, regardless of how tired we are. There is so much to see! Yes, Milan wasn't my favorite. But I learned something and saw something I have never seen before.
So after the first church we went to the the church was was begun in the 4th century. There are parts of the original church still remaining, but it was very medieval at this point. What was interesting was the courtyard entrance ...
... lunch for our planned walk of some of the Cinque Terre trails, and to buy Greg a new hat so he didn't get sunburnt, after he lost his in Provence.
The Cinque Terre is a world UNESCO heritage site and one that was a must visit for us on this trip.
We then caught the train to Riomaggiore which was the furthest of the 5 villages along the Cinque from us planning to walk back the way we had come, then catch the train ...