Villa La Bianca
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Again we had a bit of a lie in, Cinque Terre feels very relaxed! And our legs were exhausted from the previous day... But today we planned to make the hike from Riomaggiore to Manarola along a back track (because the coastline was closed due to the landslide). Many other people had this idea so we were not short of company. This walk was not so bad as yesterday's. While the initial part was all up to reach the top of the mountain, it ...
... Although majorly on the tourist trail they are still very authentic Italian villages.
I decided to do a day trip from Piza, with the plan it would take an hour and a half (I had not take into account the time waiting for the train connections). I had a twenty minute wait for the next train arrive, when I got on and sat down, I heard someone say hi and looked around to see an
Aussie girl Michelle I had been talking to in Sevilla Spain, ...
... follow the train on Google Maps. It was a nice handy app to see where we were going. I checked again to see if we were pulling into La Spezia. I saw we were and put it in my pants pocket instead of back in the pouch I had hanging around my neck. I figured we were safe. That was the last know sighting of my iPhone!!
We got tickets and boarded the train to Manarola. It was crowded and I was only paying attention to my camera and our luggage. At the stop before ...
... had a good nights sleep but he had woken up and suddenly been in pain again so she was going to make an appt with the doctor and she would let us know what happened. We didn’t hear anything back
so we decided to go for a walk around town (poor ole mikes was really fretting about his mate Jamie …so after wandering around town for awhile, then passing by their hotel, i suggested we stop at ‘Turandot’. It was such a beautiful day we could sit outside and ...
... of our group had got lost walking round the walls of Lucca and had ended up right at the other end of town, with no way of knowing how to get back! It was Mauro to the rescue, as he negotiated the coach through some very narrow streets to collect our lost passenger - bravo Mauro!
Back to the hotel for our last dinner in Montecatini, as we set off tomorrow down to the Rome region, via Orvieto - more adventures on the way!