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... and add to the unique ambiance of this very elegant city.
As we continue to wander the rain stops, and the sun decides to shine on us. We look at the shops, bars, and restaurants which seem to come alive in the sunshine. The streets are wide and the buildings are beautiful, this was a very important port in ancient times, and the amount of wealth that was here is visible in the buildings, arches, statues and fountains all around us. We are now starting ...
... Some of the booths were gone because it was Sunday, but many were still there, selling their goods. So, we picked up some gorgeous bread, a jar of pesto, some soppressata and porchetta, along with a couple of different kinds of pecorino cheese. The cheese was amazing. One was a fresh, un-aged pecorino, that was soft and almost sweet. The other was aged, and the coated in dried juniper berries, giving it a tangy, gin-like aroma. The soppressata was cooked meat, made into ...
... but its late and its my first day on
the job!!), the painkillers have kicked in and whilst only half of us are
looking forward to the flight to Genoa, I know for sure that 100% of us is
looking forward to being reacquainted with our old friend the MSC Lirica in a
few days time Friday - 26.04.2013
The flight from Gatwick went as smooth as could be expected.
There were no queues at the security point and I wasn’t even asked to take my
... a steep climb out of the village but the views were better and we were buoyed by the fact the Calleys had told us of a bar half way along where we could get refreshments.
This leg was more interesting and we were soon walking through Olive groves and were treated to great views along the coast in both directions.
Again the water was being consumed quickly, including the top up brought in Vernazza, and when we got to the bar ...
... amused with the guillotine doors in the Italian trains. The automatic sliding doors inside the carriages timed to shut and there was no stopping them, whether there was a person in the way or not. One lady got herself caught and managed to extricate herself after fighting the door for a few seconds and nearly lost her nose. Lethal. But the trains were like that. No disabled access and the platforms a one bricks height above the rails. If you were lucky you got an auto step ...