Hotel San Marco
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We've made it to italy!!
If we thought the driving was tough before this, today took the biscuit. :-/ With hindsight, we already knew the drivers in Italy are crazy, and we should have realised that sat nav doesn't work in tunnels!!!
Corri had forgotten just how high some of the bridges are in these mountain areas - it was …
... Tomorrow we may hike or may take the short train ride to the various towns that make up Cinque Terra. The trains are iffy because there are also looming train stokes that may interrupt this and other legs of our journey through Italy. It is just generally a free day which we may also use to do laundry for the first time in 10 days. Maybe I will make my way down to the lobby and see if I can get a fuller entry ...
... of what the road signs indicate. Didn't take long before we were off bringing the groceries back on the bikes!
Paul bought some reflector lights for the bikes, as we're out on the roads at night, and even though a lot of cyclists dont have lights, wanted to be seen.
Didn't make it to our first Wednesday markets as planned as it was pelting down with rain. Way too wet to venture out. Later, when the rain ...
... in the bathroom in the hope of drying before morning. One of those funny moment mixed with a sense of relief. Barga is one of the many hilltop towns in our area but it is known for its large walled "old" city. Which dates back to medieval times. Our little group spent two hours prowling the narrow and winding cobbled streets and alleys which wound among the tightly packed ...
... to come and go all the year. It is a lovely city, but I am not sure why they would choose this over all the other beautiful Cities of Italy. Maybe I was spoilt with Santa Margherita, maybe I just need the water, or purely and simply...... everyone is different.
I still found it a bit unnerving and I haven't felt very safe in the evenings. I would certainly advise anyone to stay inside the walls when they come ...