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... it was lunch at a restaurant. The meal included a plate of seafood pieces: octopus, anchovies, potato, dip, sardine in batter and mussell, then the main course was sphagetti with a pesto (one of the local specialities) - all very tasty. In Corniglia we had brief chance to look at the views and ensure we had everything ready for the "trek".
The main point of the tour is the hike from Corniglia to Vernazza (village no. 4). This is 4km up over the hills and ...
... I was stuck in a chair with my eyes literally glued shut and a very chubby smelly Thai girl breathing over the top of me. Whilst it wasn't so bad this time around, I could feel myself getting sooooo anxious and had to take a few deep breaths and give myself a talking to. I kept telling myself that she has been a hairdresser for a long time and it was going to be fabulous!
After well over an hour of sitting with the dye on, with the hairdresser lining ...
... off he goes to find another key and after an agonizing ten minutes, I am finally freed from my Florence washroom! Bizarre.
The pizza, while messy and saucy, was another work of art. Beautiful.
The exit from Florence and the drive home was uneventful. Beautiful.
In the town next to ours, we decided to grab a few groceries at the grocery store. We left the kids in the car, and walked up to the door, only to discover that, like ...
... the pasta – you don’t really need nine extra people to do that! The wine was poured and we all gathered for the food. It was all so good. We were with a fun group of people (minus the questioner) and we laughed and talked and continue to drink wine and eat. The Ragu was one of the best pasta dishes we had on our trip. So, so flavorful.
Time for dessert, and though it did need to set up a little more, the taste was still wonderful. I ...
The statue of David located in Florence, Italy, and created by Michaelangelo, is considered a masterpiece of Renaissance sculptures. The statue is sculpted from marble, and was created in the first several years of the 1500s. Massive in size, the sculpture representing the hero of David weighs over six tons. The statue later became a representation of the defense for liberty in Florence, and the eyes ...