- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... Festival, and also puts on a big wedding party, Medieval style, called the Torta dei Fischi, an opulent event that re-enacts the marriage festivities of Count Fieschi with the Sienese noblewoman, Bianca de' Bianchi. The elaborate celebration includes period costumes, an impressive parade on horseback, and Medieval events like flag-throwing and jousting. It culminates in the cutting of the torta
(cake) for all to enjoy!
... and bed around 9.30. Night. At dinner together we jotted down some things that we have learned so far. (In no particular order) * We miss Ripley (and Askr) * Speaking different languages (is fun) * French cows are lazy * (Diesel) fuel is expensive in Europe. More expensive in Italy. * Italians love Nutella * Cats in the Cinque Terra are happy * Fanta is the no1 soft drink in Italy * Each country has different power points * That traveling ...
... We all showered because the heat had us covered in sweat. We decided that tonight we just wanted to chill. So we headed out to the "beach", it was covered in huge smooth rocks. They had heaps of boats available for hire. There were so many people out just enjoying the sun and tanning on the rocks. We sat on some cement seats, I stood watching and waiting. There were men below fishing and I was waiting for one of them to catch a fish. I waited for 2 hours and ...
... at 18.00 and headed for Lavagna, where I arrived at 20.00. My friends Joakim & Ebba welcomed me there with a few drinks and a really nice italian mix plate of ham, cheese, pesto, focaccia... really good stuff! We then went out for a beer (like every night so far :) Lavagna is a really small town with no tourists whatsoever, pretty nice with a calm night though! Distance traveled: 290 km Distance so far: 3870 ...
... through lovely wooded then rocky paths, and not too much steep downhill...we did met a few panting folks coming south ; a few turned back after hearing from Pete. As we neared Levanto we came across a small hotel with a bar, and fantastic views... Ah that beer tasted good!
So train back from Levanto took 4 minutes... And we had a fabulous well earned feed at our local restaurant: ...