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... the bit of stone fell away it didn't cut straight on its fault line. Part of it came out convex while the concave part remained on the wall. As you can see it looks like the Virgin Mary, the protector, holding Jesus. The workers stopped working in this particular stone and left it as a shrine of protection for them all. THe words at the bottome, Buono Natale, means Merry Christmas.
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... city as we wind down the height we’ve just wound up. Kerry asks at one point if I'm enjoying this to which I lie and say 'no'.
As we decend it's now getting desperate as we're both tired, have been turned down by the many, many hotels we have enquired in and we're both secretly wondering what the *uck we're gonna do. No idea what’s at the bottom and thoughts of turning back are put aside when we come into a town on the sea. ...
... Then we went to the final city, Monterosso which is apparently the most popular for tourist during tourist season. It was getting late so there wasn't much to do, and of course it was still raining but we walked along the beach and the boardwalk anyway. Next time I go back it better be sunny and 80 degrees so I can put on a bathing suit and jump in! You will be able to see in the pictures how gorgeous it is even in the rain, so I can hardly imagine what its like in nice weather!
... and there is a foot path from each one to the others. People from all over the world come to walk the paths which range in difficulty from the lovers walk at Via Dell Amore (don’t forget to bring your lock, or buy one there) to the nearly vertical climb up and down from Vernazza to Monterosso at the end (when we were there this final, and toughest path was closed for repairs). To get to Corniglia is a knee knocking walk ...
... and junk all in the shops, blow up water floaties instorage and the fridges propped open to air out. It is a city in hibernation. luckily there was one restuarant open or we would literally starve. We had pizza and chips and a cheese platter. they always serve the cheese with honey. i never would have thought of that but you should try it, it is amazing! maybe some manuka honey and sharp crumbly cheese. Then we went and laid on a rock in the sun (that you can ...