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... coupon and got a double. I forgot my coupon. At this point, most of the group went back. Some adults took a train to another town. Jeff and I went on with the hike to Vernazza. The rain had pretty much stopped by now. The first HALF of the hike was brutal. All stairs that seemed to never end. Every turn led to more stairs. During this portion I was near the back (ok -at the back). I power through and the rest of the hike was great. Lemon trees, ...
... storey block and is on the ground floor opening onto a busy road/footpath. It has a supermarket and school opposite but is quite noisy. That. evening we hear and see a huge procession of 200-300 people walk past our door, singing, chanting and carrying candles. It is headed by priests and supported with alter boys and brass instruments. We think this might be in honour of st Augustine being 28 August. There are also candles lit all along the pavement of our street to light the ...
... A well-deserved peaceful day!
Lavagna is a delightful city on the Ligurian coast, the crescent-shaped slice of land that abuts the French border. The stretch of Mediterranean seafront is known as the Italian Riviera, making it a popular spot, yet Lavagna is relatively unknown despite its charm. It lies between Genova and La Spezia. It sits along the Entella River where it flows into the sea, bordered on the backside ...
... fit we did it in well under the stated time. The views were spectacular. We had lunch in Manarola and took to the high trails again from Manarola to Corniglia. This trail was a steady climb up followed by a lovely walk along the tops through vineyards, olive groves and a forest that felt a bit like home. We met up with a German walking group and chatted with a gentleman who learnt his English longer ago than I learnt my German, but between us we were able to have a good conversation - a ...
... chicken foot! Suddenly his friend called him as he had a huge octopus on his line. They tired and tried to pull it up but it held on tight to the rocks . Suddenly it let go and we all saw it close to the surface but it let go of the hook and was gone. Everyone said No in many languages. Oh well they all had fun whilst it lasted he did explain that the day before he caught one that was 1 kilo but that could have been a fisherman story. . Time ...