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... all of 30 seconds before I was off the bike pushing it uphill. Darren followed suit 30 seconds after me! Andrea had to dismount in sympathy. Soon we were in a forest-like area and then there were pine cones and rocks all over the pathways, lets just say I walked a lot here.
As we commenced our ridede along the Cinque Terre paths to Volastra, Andrea made the big mistake of showing me where we were going. I couldn't even bring myself ...
... in golden hour light.
I couldn’t persuade the kids to hang around till the sun actually set
though for my photos so we headed back to a restaurant we had seen on
the way there for our dinner.
We had heard the pool was open in the evening as a special event and the children were keen for a moonlight swim so when we got back we all headed ...
... little shops, then we went over to the new town and found a great focaccia/pizza place where we had lunch. After a walk along the beachfront (the beach is made of volcanic pebbles and looks very uncomfortable for the many people lying on it), we made our way to the train station and caught the train to Riomaggiore, the southern most of the five villages. After having a wander there, we decided to catch the ferry back to Vernazza. Boarding the ferry was an experience, with ...
... out and walk down the main pedestrian street to a park at the end... strum some songs, then wander some alley back to the train station. I know I'm not doing this town justice--but that's all I can do today... Not complaining. I could've gotten sick up in the Alps somewhere. Now's time to just let it all go and focus and heading home. I continue on to Pisa, check into a hostel and hit the ...
... 8230;. All Lucca was transformed…. And because of the snow and the moon
and stars …everything was ‘bright’!!! I could easily see everywhere.
It was so beautiful… from the playground to the slopes…to the kids on pieces of cardboard slipping down the inside walls ….to the father and sons having snowball fights…to the couples walking under the snow in their own little worlds…to the dark, stark, ...