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... was horrified that Catherine and I shared some rabbit, but hey, Bugs Bunny was tasty. On Thursday we ate at a fancier place, where we had a local specialty pasta, tordelli di manzo stuffed with peccorino cheese. It was good, but a bit on the salty side for my taste. Friday night, after Mike and I spent some time embarassing ourselves in the grocery store, we had a homemade meal of cheese, salami's, fruit and wine. Really good ...
After checking out of our apartment in Riomaggiore we got on a train to Lucca. Lucca is a sall walled city that is Northeast of Pisa in Tuscany. We arrived and walked into the city to our B&B. We stayed about 2 blocks from their famous pizza and our hosts were very nice! We were hungry for a late lunch and got pizza in Piazza Anfiteatro. If you see a picture of Lucca, often this is the piazza shown. The best was the gelato place we found in this ...
... driving) out of Lucca, and up a narrow, windy mountain road. But it didn't take long for us to appreciate the beauty and isolation of our little village called Loppeglia, and we soon felt right at home. The villa has a pool, so after a day of travelling, the first activity for the kids was to jump in the pool :-) There was another slightly bigger village at bottom of the mountain, which had a supermarket, so we stocked up for the week, and ...
... while the very brash Aussie and American were doing their own “laughing at the others” thing. However, as the afternoon wore on and we were preparing gnocchi and tomatoes to stuff and eggplants and zucchini flowers, we were also sampling the Italian wines. I have found a friend in the Brazilian women who likes me to drink as much as her… which is a lot. Each of those two groups got louder, each trying to be the centre of ...
... to Riomaggiore and as it was getting later in the evening so we decided to try some of the local seafood takeaways. We had a mix of calamari, octopus, prawns and fresh anchovies. Ross downed most of it as I was a little put off by everything being deep fried whole (eyeballs included)! And also, Italians love their salt. Another gelato for desert then we got the train back to Vernazza to watch the sun go down as it was our favourite town. ...