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... into La Spezia. Arrived in La Spezia in time for lunch. Walked down to the water's edge but unfortunately nothing was open so had to back track to one of the pedestrian walks. Eventually found something open. It appears that this is a place that shuts down in the middle of the day as there were few restaurants and almost no shops open till about 4.30 pm. Strolled around the marina and saw lots of very expensive toys belonging to ...
... the town's main road, Via Discovolo and snaking around the cliff towards the North. As we made our way along the trail, we enjoyed the lemon trees, grapes vines, and views of town, as well as a closer look at the Presepe. Eventually, we were treated to a spectacular view of Manarola, nestled on the cliffs above the harbor and, looking the other direction, we could all the way up the coast to Monterosso (where we came from).
We began our ...
... different to ol' Salisbury cathedral! It was huge and really ornately painted with a 24 carat gold ceiling above the biggest pulpit I have ever seen. The walls are white marble with stripes of green marble in giving itwhat I thought was a rather modern look, but it was stunning when you put it into the context of hundreds of years old paintings. The museum I went into had artifacts from the duomo including the ...
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 ...
Departed Hotel Perseo, walked to the railway station, purchased tickets and caught the train to Pisa (1 hr). Deposited our baggage in the secure locker at the station for 8 euro and walked to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Wow, it is really on a fair degree of lean, and lots of tourists all wanting to take their photo holding up or pushing over the tower. I thought ' you wally's) so we did the same with our photographs! Very ...