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When you tell people you are heading to Italy everyone says you have to head to Cinque Terre. To be honest we actually knew nothing about it until a few months ago off Marc and Hanna in Uganda. If you are like us and don't know they are 5 towns on the coast located in a row only accessible by train, boat or walking as no cars are allowed in the towns. They are located in the Cinque Terre National Park and attract millions of visitors a year. We had looked at various ...
... They pointed out that we can stay till 3pm using the facilities on the day we check out and that they have a left luggage facility and gave us a map to show how to get into town.
Our mobile home was in a great position – right by the back entrance to the pool and in a corner so our outdoor seating was not overlooked and our airer got lots of light ...
... to remind me about it whenever they can (yes I'm not bitter about it am I, LOL!). Following a day in the sun we decided to visit the local Biassa restaurant again for dinner. This time Rob and I had a specialty of the region called pa****cci. Pa****cci are flat breads that have a texture somewhere between a crepe and a wafer. The pa****cci batter, which is quite thin, is ladled into unglazed terracotta saucers called testi, ...
... we get there in the end.
Coffee etiquette is slowly being absorbed...if we want more than an expresso we need to order an Americano au lait...and only peasants drink cappuccino after midday!! It's certainly a different world but one we're having fun exploring and experiencing :)
Photos will follow tomorrow hopefully when the Wi-Fi connection is a bit stronger...stay tuned!
... the inside walls to the top level near the dome, and provides a beautiful internal view.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is well known, but may I share a little travelers tip – don’t go there in the peak of summer season. It is very busy, expensive and there are more valuable and interesting sights in Italy. Sadly there was also no information available on the Tower, Baptistry or Cathedral to help us appreciate ...