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Well as the title suggests, we went to Viareggio, a beach resort about 20km away. When we got up yesterday, there were clear blue skies so it seemed the right day and the temps peaked at about 26 degrees. Out came the shorts, sandals and the legs.
The buildings along the sea front are mostly in an art deco style and they make the place look very elegant. Between them and the beach is the road and then a wide pedestrianised area faced with more ...
... aren't beaches... it's funny when you think of it like that. They have grown up with it like this.. but they might get to Newcastle and think - WHAT IS THIS **** STICKING TO MY FEET?!?
But anyway.We FINALLY got to our stuff - dried off and headed for the departure point for the ferry. We sat with our legs dangling over the water until the boat came.When it did, there were quite a few people waiting to get on. To get on, you walk across a very shaky bridge that they rest on ...
... there…agreeing to meet up tomorrow night for some homemade food.
Today was Dentist day for me… lovely warm day and for the first time in a while I took off with just a shirt and my leather jacket for the 5 km walk to my dentist. So warm in fact that I ended up taking my ********** early on and not putting it back on. Mind you, in those moments when the sun went behind a cloud or a breeze came out of nowhere, it did get a bit ...
... meat, fish and around the corner a fruit and veggie market bigger than Granville Island. We were so enthralled by these beautiful locally harvested foods, we had to stroll around and see it all and of course shopped, so we hauled produce around the rest of the day. But you have to, because this mobile market is what our little farmers markets are modeled on.
We then took the train to Pisa, where we walked to the tower. I will tell you, the pictures you ...
... On the night I stayed there, there was a concert 'A night of Opera' held in one of the medieval churches. There were just two opera singers and a great piano player who did songs by Puccini and a couple of other composers, but being in that church made it so atmospheric. The next morning was Sunday and I happened to walk through one of the main squares when a local all male choir was performing. I think they had been to church earlier that morning and then did a little ...