Hotel Villa Belvedere
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... in Canada), along with the opening scene of Donnie Darko where he wakes up next to his bike, has a little stretch and then duly rides home. There's an element of true old school about sleeping rough in the countryside - a wholesomeness but also a badge of honour for any die-hard traveler. Find a place, drop the bags and curl up for some kip under the stars. I'm into my last three months of this trip, so now is the time to tick off a few last must-do's.
I tried it in France ...
... Los Angeles and when asked about my travels, we had a good conversation about the culture in Italy, the way they speak, the passion they have and the uniqueness of Emilia-Romanga. She was a bright and articulate woman and provided some nice linkages for me about the way the Italians speak that aligned very well with what our experience was with the Zamangis and the translations we received while visiting different coops.
... Perk: it was all in English. Both of the guides actually held dual nationalities. Anyway, we were treated to lush green landscapes and plenty of farms nearer to Firenze, but the closer we came to the coast, the bigger the mountains became. By the time we passed Lucca, home of famed composer Giacomo Puccini, we had entered the Apuan Alps. The Apuan Alps are known for their marble rocks, including the renowned Carrara Marble. Michelangelo valued ...
... and down down down we had to go. Super steep. A couple of "oh ****" moments when one of us would slip but we made it and we have pictures to add to the memories made.
We are now drying out and looking forward to another evening Italian meal.....so yummy!
Tomorrow we are heading to France on a train. Have no idea what we are doing but I am sure more memories will be made. Hopefully without the need for rain clothes or any "oh ****" moments!
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... her, I wasn't really hot enough to be tempted anyway. After dozing in the sun we took the train back to Manarola and had dinner - I had pesto (the local specialty, which here is lots of sweet olive oil with some basil and few pine nutsa she had seafood pasta.
My second day, Amanda wanted to do more beach, I wanted to do more hiking, so I took the train to Levanto, 1 stop past Monterreso and hike back. Levanto is not a Cinque Terre town because it's ...