Agriturismo Il Vallino
Travel Blogs from Cecina
... painted buildings and lampposts along the river. So we walked down to the Square of Miracles (loose translation) to see the Leaning Tower. We had so much fun just walking around, going into the cathedral and crying, and taking tons of stupid tourist pictures that were awesome. Now, the Tower and everything else was great, but the real highlight was an unplanned, 1-second event. Here's a little background: We were walking on the street and my mom ...
We woke up this morning and found ourselves in Livorno, Italy, the port city for Florence. It was amazing how smoothly the ship sailed overnight. I never even realized we were moving, nor did I feel any vibration as the ship docked. Pretty impressive!
After a buffet breakfast in the Oceanview, we showered shaved and met up with the group at 10:00 dockside for our morning adventure. We decided we would take it a bit easy today, and we hired a cab ...
... van, road and occupant’s tolerance. Coping skills for the riders ranged from eyes shut to singing at the top of one’s lungs. You’ve seen that scene in The Sound of Music where all the kids come flying into Julie Andrew’s bedroom because they are frightened by the storm, and she calms nerves by breaking into song? Well it was that on a larger scale of songs and smaller scale of space.
The wine flowed from a re-used 5-liter bottle that had stored ...
... out opinions on others’ dishes as well.
We then wandered the small town, dodging tourists, visiting the church and checking out the shops. Most of the throng was dressed in swimming suits and many were, shall we say, underdressed. The shops had little to offer.
We boarded a train back to La Spezia to meet up with Marco for our last bus ride ...
... wine and something that is a bit of a rarity in Italy- free water. After we finished our meal, we stopped by the supermarket to pick up some fruit and my new favorite food- Nutella.
On Sunday we got up bright and early to head back to the train station to meet our tour group for Cinque Terre, an area of the Italian Riviera made up of five villages situated on the Mediterranean Sea. Many people told us that if we did not go to ...
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