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... Joy bought some of the Pesto to bring home.
David walked up to the bronze statue of St Francis which had great views.
The next part of the trip was the ferry boat to take us from Monterosso to Riomaggiore (village no.1). The ferry is great to give some perspective to the area and the trek. They just nose the ferry into the dock and a gang-plank is lowered which moves back and forth as the swell moves the ferry around.
By this time the clouds had started ...
... a long day travelling but all went really well and to plan. We were pretty happy that our Vueling flight to Rome (yes we were NOT going to fly with them again but relented!) was only 15 minutes late. Just over an hour later we landed in Rome, easily caught the train into the terminal station, then ten minutes later boarded the train to Florence. I was a bit concerned when we got hood winked by a guy at the station who helped us work out the train. He had ...
... the bottle. And then, he gave us a bag of candy for the kids while the grocery store man gave us some key chains for them. We thanked them both profusely and headed back to our car. Bizarre. Lovely, but bizarre.
On our way home, a deer jumped out in front of our car, one of the only examples of wildlife we have seen in Italy. Bizarre.
Our day ended with one of the most spectacular sunsets we have ever seen. Beautiful!
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... would be eaten, some wine consumed, some small snacking, and then another course, some more wine, and on and on it would go. Family gathered around talking, drinking wine, eating and start again. Not a bad tradition.
We took several whole group pictures on several different cameras. By the time we were ready to go, it was nearing 3:00 p.m. Our train was at 6:30 p.m. and we still wanted to visit the Duomo. We gathered our things (but forgot our ...
After two beautiful days in Sorrento we left early for our journey north to Florence, travelling along the Bay of Naples. Vistas of undulating hills, austere rows of cypress trees, terraced vineyards, olive groves, and rural villages formed the backdrop of our journey through Tuscany. We arrived in Florence,the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany about 3pm, we were greeted ...