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... even managed to engage a local in some conversation using some English, some Italian and a lot of hand gestures, relating to the origin of the flag that we saw flying everywhere around these parts. A white background with a Red Cross which we knew as the cross of St. George but it turned out it was also the historical flag of Northern Italy and often called the cross of St Ambrose in these parts. The colours ...
... Gio for our last CT Aperol spritzs before dinner. We had 2 rounds (with snacks - they always give you really good complimentary snacks with your drinks in Italy). Feeling quite relaxed, we returned to the apartment and made our dinner of fresh trofie pasta with red pesto and salad. It was really wonderful to eat in again!
We were sad it was our last night in Monterosso but we were tired and tomorrow we had to be up early to catch our 9am train to Lucca.
... ferry stops in at every village on its way. So our ride would be about 40 minutes. Well worth the 8 euros! And a great chance to just relax and sit for a while.
As we entered and exited each village, the views were spectacular. It offered an entirely different perspective from the water - and i found that so intriguing. It was a lovely boat ride back to Monterosso.
The walk off the boat was as shaky as it was getting on . But nevertheless, we got off.
We headed ...
... no train. We weren’t happy. Me more so than Simon.. When it got to 6.40 I was getting a bit ****** – there was not even one announcement saying it was going to be late, let alone THIS late. We could’ve gone back down to the beach!
6.47… STILL not here!! Ridiculous! The next train was scheduled for 6.43..so that was late as well.
Quite a few transit trains had come through so obviously our trains were put to a standstill to allow these ones ...
... Pisa, and we think we are going to make up for that over the next month or so. We will probably come home as round as pizzas and as soft as gelato!
Our first stop in Italy was Milan. We wandered the famous fashion district and did a bit of window shopping which was quite interesting. It was full of internationally known brand names as well as many we had never heard of – most having only a few garments on display in extremely fancy stores! ...