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In the morning we headed off further down the coast, but only after a nice macchiato ordered at the standing café bar. Here, I shall put my first item on the Italian owned list: Coffee. Yes, they own it. Not because they love it and it tastes special here – But because they take so much pride in serving it. The men behind the bar wear suits and bowties, and they delicately place the petit cup on the platter and in OCD like fashion, add the spoon, sugar ...
Let me just say this—I am very glad we chose not to skip the Cinque Terre! It was a wonderful experience and unlike anywhere else I have been to so far. It's a very unique place. It sounded like Italy, looked like Hawaii, and felt like California all at the same time! We had a yummy breakfast in our hostel (which was like ...
... for each day of the year) just from the train station to the town, so we immediately hopped the bus that I think specifically meets the train, and saved ourselves the energy. We wandered a little more, and saw another lovely church and some overlooks, although we could not find some of the listed attractions. We decided to take the bus back to the train station, and while we waited Don wandered down to the beach while Julie sat around waiting for a train that we ...
... he was running the card, he looked up at me pleasantly surprised and said, "You're from Chicago.". "I am," I said, "We've enjoyed your hotel very much." The wife thanked me for the compliment and said, "We Love U.S."
The four of us rolled our bags to the car, which was now in a free parking space that I had found last night while we searched for restaurants. As we packed our bags, someone stopped to wait for our spot. I ...
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Road trip day!
We woke up early and took the train to Pisa [1:20 hours] and then on to Lucca [20 minutes].
I have to admit . . . John & I totally down-played Pisa having been there a few years ago with Amy & Ken.
It is indeed touristy, but we had forgotten ...