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... to park in. It tells us we will be there in a little over an hour.We hit the road. It takes 1/2 hour to get out of Pisa as there is only one lane open heading out of town, due to road works. We finally hit the autostrada.I voice my surprise that we seem to be following signs to Florence, I thought we were heading North. Clint thinks we probably have to head East before heading north. We arrive at our parking station,at the train station. it is outdoor, when it ...
... stuck to their hands which they would rub together forming little worm like pasta pieces that would fall to the floor. The servants were supposed to take this put for the animals but these were always taken home for the servants families. This is where the trofie pasta came from. So tonight Joelene is trying the trofie as this is apparently better than the snobby stuff anyway. Other little delicacies from here include pesto, a type of bean/chickpea soup and stuffed ...
... a spot on the beach and jump in the water. Awkwardly a massage lady and her client decide to set up shop right next to our quiet and selectively chosen spot so as we lie on the beach there is the typical rubbing/slapping noises next to us!
We have a local 5 terre wine at a bar, a snack and relax as the day ends. Cinque Terre is a beautiful place and it will be sad to leave it.
... and finally as we sped from Bologna to Florence we hit 300km/hr and all cheered - crazy foreigners.
Grabbed some focaccia in Florence and then jumped on a local train to La Spezia.
At La Spezia we checked the situation with the Cinque Terre walks and unfortunately 2 sections are still closed after the ...
... checking in a few of us went for a walk along the pier as we're only a hundred meters from the harbour. As luck would have it there's a maritime festival on and there's about a dozen tall ships anchored in the harbour! Looks wonderful at night with the lights on the ships!! Will do more exploring tomorrow...
Tomorrow we're off to explore Cinque Terre and the townships of Riomaggiore and Manarola. So lots of ...