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Sadly we left our wonderful accommodation at Abbacca la farm. Our stay was so fantastic and we made a brilliant new friend in Lella who was a treasured old friend by the time we left. I will never forget her kindness to us both.
Lella's husband Piero drove us into Lucca, down the winding road to the walled city where he deposited us at the entrance to the city with instructions to turn left and right and ...
... was close to midnight when we left town. We would have gone earlier, but as we were leaving, our exit route took us past a museum that is essentially a private collection and rarely open to the public, so we took the opportunity to have a nosey around.
September's almost here now and the country has gone back to work so shops have reopened and tourist spots are a little quieter too. Still plenty of things we want to do, so better go and get on with them.
... not my cup of tea. I did not really enjoy the hike as we were hanging off a cliff most of the time.
Doug wants to come back to Cinque Terre when all the trails are open again (since the mudslide knocked them out in 2011) and is looking for a hiking buddy. This girl will be at the spa or in Paris eating pastries, but Doug is accepting applications so let him know.
Ok, that's it, I'm back.
I sit atop our rooftop balcony, watching the sun go down and waiting ...
... that kind of stat, who could say no. We got a small bottle each and sipped it as we climbed down the hill into Monterosso. First thing we did when we got there was jump in the sea. It was so nice and refreshing.
After a couple of swims, we went to enjoy some local pizza, pasta and wine. After a final walk around the town we caught the train back to Vernazza. We sat on the rocks looking out to sea for an hour or so, before heading to ...
... Italian (although I'd love to be - their food is amazing! And I have a pasta machine and make my own pizza and pasta from scratch. Anyhoo. I digress) I've always complained about how my eyes pop out of my head too much and I have permanent puffy bags under my eyes, no matter how much I have slept (due to the eyes popping out). I've noticed a lot of the Tenni clan has this problem. And my nose is pointy. Anyway, I got out of the train, and discovered a whole bunch ...