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After breakfast we headed in search of a bank near the railway station that would change money. I suspect that the banks in Italy must get a lot of bank robberies given the level of security required to enter most of these establishments. You usually enter these places through a bulletproof glass double door chamber that operates as a metal detector. The enclosure is full of all sorts of surveillance ...
... with most shops closed. It was much like walking through the set of a spaghetti western just before the show down with the bad guys.
We managed to find one place open where we had Pizza and beer. It was very hot and we were struggling to keep in the shade. After that we headed toward the harbour area. The water was quite clear and we could see what looked like schools of anchovy swimming in the water. I was tempted to jump in ...
We awoke early the next morning at 5.30 am. The taxi was waiting for us at 6.30 am. We were anxiously awaiting the apartment owner to arrive to collect the apartment keys. We had a train to catch. Eventually the owner's son arrived, 15 minutes later. He didn’t speak much English, but I hurriedly explained that we had broken one of the glass frames in the apartment, but apart from that everything was swell. He was all OK with this, so we ...
... we made it possible. So from one heel to another my dreams came true. The journey included our first long haul bus ride of the trip, 6 hours with one bathroom stop that was pay so I wasn't having that. We arrived at around 9 pm greeted at the bus stop by our couch surfing host Giussepe. Upon our arrival to his home we made home made pasta together, nothing beats fresh noodles, pasta will never be the same. We retired early, pasta late at night makes ...
... and shiny cobblestones. There were some sensational buildings which were all being currently occupied by either business or as people's homes, also some empty. It was very hot with the sun reflecting heat from the shiny stonework. We found the old Roman Amphitheatre and a church adorned with statues of cherubs and religious figures. Finally we needed to sit inside somewhere and have a bite to eat. I spotted a sushi ...