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... to get back to the ship. In fact the queue is so long, and the sun so warm that we decide to go in search of some gelati to make the wait more pleasant. We stumble across a very busy and very special gelateria and in a country famous for delicious ice cream, this is pretty special indeed. We sit at the edge of the fountain and watch the queue and get on board the last bus back to the ship.
We cross our fingers and hope that this good weather will stay with ...
... noise, but couldn't figure out what it was until we were close.
The only other cultural place was where it is believed the temple of Janus was located. The temple was later replaced by a pagan temple dedicated to Ceres, the Roman goddess of Agriculture. Today, the Ceraseto church from the 16th century stands in the very same location. Traces of the reused building materials from the Etruscan temple are still visible in the
... Roisin. ‘You’ll be met by somewhere at the airport.
‘What about our luggage’, asked the lady. ‘do we
need to collect it?’
‘From the carousel, yes,’ I said. Then continued, ‘but
once it is on the coach, you should not see it again until it is outside your
Thank you’, said the lady and headed back to her
Spooky!! How did she know? It ...
... was gelato and an explore of parts of Corniglia we hadn't seen yesterday then we caught the train back to Manarola as we hadn't explored it yesterday.
It didn't take long as it's a very small village but lovely in it's own right.
We treated ourselves to a beer and the local specialty, anchovy, lemon and oil sandwiches. which we were a little nervous about but they were fantastic, even the girls liked them but preferred ...
... I had spent the entire train trip working myself up to the 12 kilometre walk, I was truly very, very disappointed. We were both cross and cranky with the situation (and each other) and had pretty much decided to turn the whole day into a foodie adventure (how strange and different from the rest of this holiday!!!). So we had a lovely look around Riomaggiore, up past all the beautiful smells of coffee and bread, and past all the coloured terraces, to the town lookout - which ...