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... return – also known as the point that we have to pay for a hiking pass. Yes, you have to pay 7,50 euro each for the pleasure/torture that is hiking. Once we’ve handed over our precious money, we know we can only stubbornly continue onwards. Surely the steps/incline must level off soon anyway. Nope. The steps keep going up and up, and the Fletches keep going up and up. We stop regularly on the pretence of taking another couple of photos. Monterosso ...
... with a whole new view to Monterosso.
This village maintains its maritime tradition and it still has signs of the past sea battles: the medieval tower that now is the bell tower of San Giovanni Church, the castle that overlooks the sea with its three round towers, and the Aurora tower, the only one survived of thirteen towers that protected the village. In Monterosso’s narrow and labyrinthine alleys we saw ...
... think everyone in Italy was on this train, the door barely shut and still people piled in, eventually train left, upon arriving in Manarola, the door to our carriage wouldn't open but no one would press the emergency button, so we made our way to another carriage, internally and virtually got pushed out. So we explored this lovely village also, we think food wise there is more choice of food in Riomaggioe and Manarola than in Monterossa. Had a ...
... the giant pan, threw it on a scale, wrapped it almost like deli meat, and that was that!
Dan loved it! The best way I can describe it is a very savory and greasy crepe. Dan said it kind of reminded him of KFC chicken (a childhood favorite of his that he can't eat anymore).
We decided to leave La Spezia earlier than planned and are currently on a train to make a quick trip to Pisa. I'll let you know if the leaning tower has finally fallen over.
... and were almost dead when we reached the top. Then we had to walk down on a similar path on the other side of the hill. When we reached Manarola, we were all soaked in sweat, really exhausted and hungry as hell. We stumbled across a trattoria that turned out to be a great choice. We had some very tasty homemade pasta with shrimp and lobster and caught out breath. The walk we did was pretty cool, but we might have spent a little to much energy on that. We decided to take the ...