Hotel Villa Margherita
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... villiage. Then we went home. The next day we packed up my bomb site and had a little walk and caught the train to Milan. Milan was alot more modern than all the ohter places we had been to but we were quite a way out from the city waiting for our train. We went to Mc Donald's and had to spend 4 hours there and stressing about finding if we had swapped our train from Venice to Milan. For our last night in Italy ...
... park. We came here on Recommendation by Pam Jamieson and so glad we did. A very gorgeous village with an old castle and fort sitting above the village and views to die for with the blue Ligurian sea as a backdrop. We also did a boat trip around the three island off the coast of Porto Venere then spent a good couple of hours meandering up and down the narrow streets soaking up the atmosphere of the ...
... patience and momentum. The train finally came and, minutes later, we arrived in Vernazza. So, far we hadn't experience many crowds in Cinque Terre. It was off-season and it was only Friday. But I guess everyone was in Vernazza. After all that peace and quiet, Vernazza was chaotic. We fought our way through the crowds and made it to the harbor. Unlike, the other villages, Vernazza church was right on the harbor, Santa Margherita Church. Santa ...
It's not the birds that wake you up here (I haven't heard any in this camp) but the noise of the cicada's. Jim and I packed up our camp and organized breakfast and waited around the pool for Derek and Ros to pack up. Turns out the car battery is completely flat. By the time they had packed up, made lunch and had more swims it was the 2pm designated leaving time from camp. We gave the car a push start and headed into Florence ...
... So I am pleased to be able to draught behind a few of the guys, including Pecca from Finland for the flatter routes along the main roads, not my favourite riding. Today Pecca is the last man ( we would say the sweep). So no draughting there. Casciana has a welcome pool which we relax in before I take off to the town square for a beer. A nice little town, although the locals seem to view us with little enthusiasm.Tonight's dinner is a special treat; we squish ...