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... to the top of the watch tower that was used by the town to watch for pirates, and then was used by the Germans as a lookout.
By 2:30 we had done all there was to do in this little town and decided to walk up the trail a little that connects Vernazza to Monterosso even though it was still closed; we thought perhaps we could see mud slide damage. About 100 yards on the trail we met two women who had just finished walking the ...
... with a most gracious manner about them.
Today our lunch partners were John and Sue from Ireland, they are partners in a wedding photography business, who have been living together for 18 years. I teased them about that being bad for business.
We will be leaving this place by the sea Saturday morning and will attempt more after we reach Paciano near Assisi.
It is not a difficult chore to be astonished in Manarola...... an easy life.
... with cash, because there was still no working ATM in the town. It was nice to be trusted with an expensive bottle of wine without paying immediately, but we expect that this is the kind of adjustment that the locals have had to make in order to do business.
The next day, we decided to tour the towns that had the least damage, so we went to Monterosso, which is ...
... progress in terms of distance or in terms of finding somewhere to stay. We decide to make some progress by hitting the Italian motorway. This reminds me of a Clarkson quote. Everyone seems to be driving like their hair is on fire!
Kerry looks South for an hour!
Come off the motorway after an hour of everyone driving like they've left the iron on. Decide it's time to try the coast again and we are now following Sat Nav to La ...
... Cinqua Terra were amazing. We had early dinner in Corniglia, (pesto lasagne - very rich!) and walked back. The temperature was perfect; the sun was lovely after the heat of the day had passed, and it was so enjoyable. Vigorous, but enjoyable. We finished up the day having wome wine on the piazza at the harbour and watching the sunset.
Saturday, we took the boat to Porto Venere, about a 45-minute ride down the coast. On ...