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... Looky Looky men. Just where they get that Chanel perfume, those Gucci sunglasses and Prada handbags for 20 Euros I just don't understand. On the way back to the car, we stopped at one of the seafood restaurants on the front and enjoyed a beautiful Fritto de Mista Pesce with patate frittes and a bottle of Aqua minerale for the modest sum of just 14 Euros.
This also reminds me that we broke our duck on the Gelato front this week too. Whilst walking into Lucca, we bought ...
... ferry stops in at every village on its way. So our ride would be about 40 minutes. Well worth the 8 euros! And a great chance to just relax and sit for a while.
As we entered and exited each village, the views were spectacular. It offered an entirely different perspective from the water - and i found that so intriguing. It was a lovely boat ride back to Monterosso.
The walk off the boat was as shaky as it was getting on . But nevertheless, we got off.
We headed ...
... There's that awful word again…’leave’!!!) (oh, i thought you meant, there is that awful word again...DENTIST)
After the dentist I walked back to La Mura and then to Esselunga for some more shopping (making soup tonight)…after all that I rewarded myself with a nice coretto before getting home.
Mary had been busy the whole time with working on her Italian lessons, and other important things on the net…(like Scrabble!!!! but I ...
... noise and we have some place to dry our swim stuff.
Whew, three cities in one day, so today was a laze around and do laundry day. In Viareggio it is way cheaper to do a load; I guess Venice was the most expensive place to have the bad timing of needing to wash clothes, what with the water not coming from nearby water table, (see previous entry re Venice sinking) coming from who knows where. Then we had a nap on the beach, a long walk in the soft, soft ...
... and then another train. All these were on instructions from a woman with very little English who was not actually sure if you could get a train from La Spezia to Levanto, but suggested I give it a try. I was very very relieved to in fact reach Levanto that night.
On arrival in Levanto the day took a definite turn for the better. First the cute taxi driver asked if I was Italian, he was somewhat confused because I didn't seem to speak Italian (Yay!). Then the ...