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... going because of the car rental and driving around in areas I don't know but I know she wanted to go so I got up this morning and said we wanted to get out here to do that. So we started late at 10 and got our way to McDonald's at the train station to get some coffee and what was an ungodly sausage McMuffin that was basically a big Mac with sausage muffin in it which was unbelievably yucky. We then jump in a taxi and headed over to the airport to rent a ...
... of the buildings surrounding the square. It's a real challenge to capture the essence of this square in a single photograph, but we made an effort to capture it from several angles.
We boarded the bus for the next leg of the tour, which included a fascinating lunch break at the “Vecchio Maneggio” (“The Old Horseback Riding Centre”), a working farm nestled in the rolling hills around the medieval town of San Gimignano. Surrounded by ...
... square in the center and the guide cut us loose to wonder around. Back to the hotel to rest, because 3 hours walking in the rain is very tiring. Then back out to visit the market! Lots of things to buy. I resisted. I think I need to buy a bigger suitcase. Had dinner at a cute little cafe. Totaled 5.5 hours of walking that day... No wonder my feet hurt and I wore good shoes! To the coast in the morning! Cinque Terre here I come ...
... instantly! It was so relieving to have a nice, hot shower and a bed. We had a glass of wine to take the edge off and went to sleep. Highlight of the day: the feeling of relief when you arrive in your hostel with a warm shower and fresh calzone from the pizzeria Day 3: Positano Sorrento is beautiful. That is all. Soyoung told us that she took a direct train from Naples and had no problem. Lesson learned. We even talked to a policeman that day telling him our story and he said we should ...
How spoiled am I that I get to experience an amazing, once-in-a-lifetime adventure with my family! Well it is just par for the course for Mom Mom (the "Spoiler"). I couldn't be more excited to experience the rich sights, culture, FOOD, and language.
The trip over proved to be free of obstacles for the most part, which is odd for me because I am generally a magnet for it. I was happy to be Poppop's first mate and navigate our way through Italy to our first stop on the ...