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... there were some wonderful boats in the harbour to realy get the green juices of envy flowing.
We walked around and then all decided to have lunch at about 11:00 which is a problem when most do not open till 12:00 and we have to be back to catch the return trip at 12:40.
One did open though and we had a wonderful time with a fun "stud ...
... was a huge hike. People parking at the lot had hiking poles and backpacks for the hike. We were definitely not prepared for the hike. Well ok then. There are 5 villages, let's head to the next one and see what it's like. The road to the next village was more windy and more narrow, but we were gonna do it. We got to the turn off to Vernazza and the road was closed with a sign saying you could go back to before Monterosso ...
... cream at a gelateria which was a couple of streets back from the lake. It was a small simple place with a couple of outside tables taken up by local teenagers - and, yes, the ice cream was delicious.
On the way home to La Follia we "had" to stop in Paciano for a drink on the terrace overlooking the valley. Once again the day had got away from us, so after a short siesta we drove back to Panicale for dinner at Albergo Ristorante Masolino. The food ...
... the biggest thing to take a fall that evening
was my pride. No bones were broken but I had been left with a back spasm and
this has now led to a trapped nerve. There are those that say, that evening, I
was touched by the hand of God. But the only two witnesses are sticking to
their version of events so the question still remains…’Did he jump or was he
pushed!!??’ The word on the Street is that it is Karma as I was heard to say,
... br> ITALIAN TRANSPORT LOGIC
You buy train tickets, not at the train station, as you may expect, BUT from the Tobacconist in the town. Which, by the way, could be miles away from any train station!
We had the most incredible lunch at Vernazza, as we looked out over the waves crashing onto the breakwater.
Pesto is another local delicacy, and that, of course needed to be trialed- I was not disappointed.