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... nights. The camaraderie was such that we enjoyed a few longer than advisable rest breaks in the early part of what was already going to be a long day.
We were delayed further by a citizen of the town of Camaiore, who was keen to impress upon the 8 of us - 4 Italians, 2 French, 1 Belgian and my good self (plus a German 'groupie' and his German Shepherd dog) the fact that his town was one of the actual staging posts on Archbishop Sigeric's 10th Century ...
Jen says: I have to admit that I wasn't all that excited about going to Pisa. I thought that seeing pics of it on postcards, TV, or online was enough for me. So I was pleasantly surprised once I got to view the tower for myself. I was actually impressed by its size...and its lean. We took the standard photos and then watched other tourists posing and leaning for the cameras. It was pretty funny. After taking so many photos of each other holding up that ...
My parents came all the way from Calgary to visit us here in Italy for a couple of weeks and Nina's mom and sister came down from Germany for a week. (Nina's sister hadn't seen my folks since we got married almost 15 years ago.) It was nice to be able to show our families a bit of Italy after really getting to know the country well over the past eight months. Including touring around the area, we also ...
I combined yesterday and today because, well, quite frankly we were too drunk last night for me to post. I'd say "Sorry Mom," but she was the drunkest of us! :) So yesterday, Tom, Dad, Mom, Carleigh and I hopped a train out to Pisa, because Mom and CJ hadn't seen the leaning tower yet, and the rest of us loved the town and really wanted to go back. Pisa, by the way, is so adorable. The town itself is small but so very Italian with its little ...
The Cinque Terre is reknown for it's world heritage significance. And, viewed from the ferry taken from charming Portovenere it is undoubtedly breathtaking with multi-coloured villages spilling down fairly steep rocky cliffs to the azure sea below. In addition, the cliffs are a splendor of agriculture achievement with their geometrical planted landscape from the tops of the cliffs to the very possible lowest reapable area. We ...