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We set off from the apartment this morning around 10:30, it's cloudy but warm, expecting 16 degrees, tropical! Purchased tickets for the train back down the coast, planning to get off at Riomaggiore or Manarola (1st and 2nd of the five fishing villages that make up the Cinque Terre). Chose Manarola, it's tiny, quaint, just one uphill, meandering street lined with shops and restaurants/cafes (predominantly closed for the winter, it seems). Only ...
... shop and grabbed some drinks and snacks and went back to the hotel to make use of the free wifi.
For dinner I went to a nearby Ristorante Pizzeria and had some vino and the Stelvio Platter with lost of meat, sausages, bacon, cheese and bread. Finished of with an expresso and a grappa, large!
I could have done with a rest day, but still apart from the little bit of rain it had been another good day on the road.
Up at checkout from Venice to head to Genova. We have been trying to organise a crossover point to catch up with Johannah and dale. And the cinque terre it is! Accommodation is quite expensive there so we stay in Genoa the night before to save some $$. There are two types of trains in Italy- the regional (slow) and the fast trains. Of course the regional trains are a lot cheaper so this is our mode of transport. Leaving for genoa there is a fast train leaving first so we be a ...
... Not only are they flying me to Europe, (later I find out Genoa, Italy) but I also get brand new uniforms, shoes, even socks! And all toiletries are provided for me. Too good to be true. And, coincidentally enough, I left on Tuesday so reached my goal of not paying anymore rent, happy girl!
Prior to getting the job, it was Andrea's last week at the house, so clearly a party was in order. It was perfect timing that we both left within days of each other. The ...
... like. And the strangest thing...you need to pay to access most of the beaches. Not just the deck chairs, that’s a reasonably common aspect of a European beach, but this is just to walk on them, to sunbathe or to, heaven forbid swim at them. Amazing water, no one swims, rubbish beach, everyone lies on them. Definitely a case of just wanting to be seen in the right place around here. The locals it seems, are members of their local beach club, which, at a ...