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... who could enlighten us about that was around, so we headed off anyway. The girl in the tourist office said it was a 1 1/2 to 2 hour walk, so we optimistically thought that if we got there and the ferry wasn't running we would walk back. The start of the walk was up steps and we walked up those steps for 1/2 an hour. Then the path levelled out pretty well, and was quite easy going. We kept seeing little areas of dug up earth by the track. We'd read that there are wild boars ...
... town, the shops off course (Andrea) :-) and over the boulevard where we first had a drink and some funny conversations with some locals. At almost sunset we ended up at a restaurant having finally our spaghetti a le vongole, yessss. They were great ! Than we looked for the bus back to the camping. We were tired but happy to have visited all this ...
This morning we left Siena and headed to the tiny town of Riomaggiore. It makes up one of the five cities of the Cinque Terre.
We passed though Pisa. We caught a glimpse of the leaning tower as we raced by on the Autostrade. We also saw many of the Carrara Stone yards that line the highway near the port. So much stone! Many pieces were larger than our car.
Once arriving we checked into our hotel which was actually an apartment! Complete ...
... heading out to get some dinner. I found a restaurant with take away spaghetti pesto for Jim and I while the kids have watermelon, apples and cucumbers from the market to round our their dinner of pizza, surprised? Our last night in Vernazza is enjoyed and cherished as we are heading out in the morning... lugging around our luggage for the second to last time... Pisa tomorrow, Rome -- our last stop -- on Sunday. ...
... to Riomaggiore. Riomaggiore is one of five villages in a collection of villages known as Cinque Terra. The colorful buildings and a 14th century Romanesque Church stand high above the small beach that blends into the rough ocean waters. After roaming through the cobbled streets and admiring the view of the steep cliffs that stand tall above the cobalt blue sea, we headed down to the beach for a swim. It wasn’t a sandy beach like us Californians are ...