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Second attempt at writing this entry due to the app crashing!! Very angry. Woke up and were ready to head out around 10:30am. Spoke with Guido (the apartment owner) who was doing some gardening just outside. He suggested a good bike store to hire from and he was right. It only cost us €10 for two good quality city bikes for 5 hours. We headed north via coast through some abandoned rail tunnels that had been converted into a bike track. It ...
Time to pick up the car!!!! Alan and Greg went and arrived back with our Mercedes C200 station wagon. After a lot of packing and repacking with 3 bags in the back and one in the back seat between us girls and Maria, our GPS, off we went with Alan driving and Greg navigating! Maria was helpful for a while but then completely ignored us and we found ourselves on a very narrow mountain pass with hairpin bends with cars coming around ...
... 10 people) right next to our hotel which went 250 metres through a tunnel into the hill, then arranged itself steadily into a lift mechanism which went up vertical for 65 metres at 1.5 m/sec. Came out at the top overlooking the city.(cost 80 cents each). Mind you there were still big buildings up above us.
Train tomorrow morning for Lugano via Milano.
... back to Manarola and then again hiked back to Riomaggiore on the easy path. It was good because it acted like a warm up and cool down hiking wise. We also got to take pictures at different parts in the day there. AND since the two segments were closed we are able to stay that we hiked every section possible twice.
On the way home we picked up food supplies for grilled chesse as well as supplies to make BIRTHDAY SANGRIA!!!!!: Two boxes of ...
We celebrated my (Jennifer's) birthday in Genoa, a port city on
the Italian Riviera that we hadn't originally been looking forward to visiting.
Our guidebook's write-up on the city was a bit disparaging, but we were in for
a lovely surprise. The first of May is a National Holiday (Labor Day)
here in Italy so most of the city was closed down except for the bustling
historical center close ...