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Day 41 - Thu 9th Oct 2014 In Monterosso Italy. Had breakfast at 8:45am Picked up our bags for the train at 12pm and also had to negotiate several flights of stairs. Travelling by train to Bordighera approximately 5.5hrs and stopped at 34 train stations. Train toilet was an interesting arrangement with toilet open to the train tracks ...
... Florence in to one day! The uffizzi in itself warrants a whole day to appreciate the immense amount of art work they have on display! In order to avoid queing for hours we had pretty booked time slots for both museums, uffizzi in the morning, academy in the afternoon, so we couldn't really change plans. After an immense morning at the uffizzi, we were pretty exhausted, and not to say suffering with achey feet. Not sure what to expect from the academy, we made ...
... through gaps that literally leave no more than 50-100 mm each side, and when the locals need to stop and pick-up a baguette, or a bottle of wine, they just stop....right there...in the middle of the road..and walk away without even looking over their shoulder to see what chaos they may have wrought........ Well, after all, there is simply no-where to park....so why not right here......? The streets are so narrow that I have swerve around pedestrians, so that ...
... can't be right. Dean went and asked a lady out the front of her house for directions. She spoke absolutely no English but we had some sort of conversation. She said we could turn around In her front yard. So we did. That wasn't the easiest. We managed to turn around but getting out of the drive way was the problem. There was a ditch on one side and a fence on the other. Our Italian friend warned me and helped me put rocks in the ditch to help get around it. ...
... a tad later than expected. Haven't briefed the folks of this yet, but we were in an accident just outside nice on the highway. The beauty of being in a bus though is we were always going to come off better than the other party. Highways here are 130km (the bus can only do 100), and a car failed to shoulder check and went into the front door of our bus - that speed and impact meant the front door got fairly mangled. Needless ...