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... and grab some gelato. The next day we viewed Cinq Terre by boat, which I highly recommend. You can really witness the full beauty of the coastal towns and see the quintessential views of the colourful houses haphazardly stacked one on top of the other. We took the boat to Riomaggiore which was the farthest town from Levanto and a train back to Corniglia as there is no place for a is no place for a boat to dock. Corniglia would be ...
... the first night and a yummy mixed vegetable frittata the second night. Our first day in Lucca we enjoyed a lovely bike ride around the Lucca walls. Lucca is a small town surrounded by high defensive walls that are 500 years old and 4km in circumference. The walls are 10 meters high and about 15 meters thick, so we were able to ride on top of the walls. The ride revealed a picturesque views of both inside and outside of Lucca. Post mum's trip to Holland where she had ...
... cliff face that has the huge Neptune made out of concrete and set into the rock face. It's 14m high and represents Neptune bearing on his shoulders a huge shell, which was originally used as a dance floor. The area was heavily damaged in WW2 and again in high seas in 1966. There has been some restoration work done, but like everything in this area, it takes a long time. Took a few snaps of the Bach signs I this area too! No free beach - see the guards for ...
... to the train station and then a 3 hour train to Monterosso. The Cinque Terre,or 5 lands, is located in a remote area of the Italian Riviera. The 5 towns are connected by trails that can be fairly easily hiked, or else there are trains and boats that constantly run between the towns. Monterosso is the town furthest north and is known for its beaches and active nightlife,(compared to the other 4 towns), although it really is pretty quiet! We all took a little nap on ...
... which used to be an Amphitheatre in Roman times. The remains of the Amphitheatre are gone and a row of houses now stand in a circle where the spectator stands once used to be.
Last night, we had dinner at Ristorante Celide. There is a photo of my dish below which was a variety of fish done tempura style, heads and all! Anne's choice was less successful, but all washed down with a red from Chianti and a white from somewhere.
Today, we got on our bikes ...