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... very strange for me: this couple is clearly ready to take this to the next level, please get a room.
Here, the men and women make it well known who is who's. Let there be no question about it... I am his and he is mine. But why is it that in America SOME try to hide their love and affection from the general public? Is it because we want others to think we could possibly be available "just in case" it doesn't work out with the current partner? Or is ...
... was gorgeous and even had it's own private garden. Antonella and her daughter Giulia, were very accommodating and even graciously offered to do our laundry for us. While C settled in, P and I ran over to the grocery store and picked up some supplies so we could all enjoy a glass of wine in the garden.
Later, we headed to dinner in Fegina, the newer section of Monterosso. Since it was Wednesday, the off-day ...
... was going to take me to the 5 village, but instead, took my back to a village I have already been to. The terrain here is beautiful. Right on the Mediterranean Sea, the water is a deep aqua blue. I've been hiking through foot hills, along vineyards, and through forest. The view down to the ocean is amazing!! I highly recommend enjoying the cinque terre for anyone who visits ...
... while I slept. I believe him, because we have seen similar views riding the train elsewhere around Italy. :)
We got off at the second Pisa station and walked a couple of blocks to the leaning tower. There was a field of green grass (something we haven't really seen anywhere else in Italy) called the "Field of Miracles." There were walls surrounding the area, a dome (the baptistry) and a church. And of course, the leaning tower itself. We were there early ...
... in addition to the "mechanical" parts of the floats that were manipulated by people pulling levers, or ropes from block and tackle pulleys. The focus of these floats was not high tech, it was high political satire. Add squirting silly string and confetti flying down from the bouncing crowd on the float, or up from the kids on the street and you get a glimpse into the multi-sensation experience. Oh, and add that its night time, ...