Hotel Plazza Porcari
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... and headed back and south, casting for more signs. Eventually found one and we're off again. Reached the entrance. Big signs about roman history in the area and a rutted dirt road leading into bushland. Kept cycling. More historical signs, all in italian. Very interesting looking none the less. Kept cycling.
Passed a local and with a smidgen of each others language, he and Paul managed to communicate. The verdict ...
... ticket. We knew to validate through reading the website 'man in seat 61' (a must for any train travel when abroad). However about half of our carriage did not and copped a fine. I felt sorry for the conductor who was copping it from everyone. Well we have just got back on the train at Pisa. The tower was great. It is sure on a good lean. You can see how as they built it they tried to straighten it up. The cathedral and baptistery next to ...
... route. and this looks like the most important one, originating in northern France.
...yes, I suppose I could link with my Assisi Superhike and make this a Firenze-Assisi Super-Superhike...
I continue on around a bend and there is an ancient church in the middle of a field, with a plaque telling about a battle fought here in the 14th century between the Guelphs ...
... blues from the sky and the water with the natural green tones from the abundant grasslands.
After our lovely little exploration of this village, we headed for the train station to go to Riomaggiore.
All the villages are so unique in their own little ways. You think they all look so similar in photos, but when you see them in reality you notice how different they all actually are.
Riomaggiore greeted us with even hotter sun and a road to climb. We walked past ...
... We were absolutely starving so our first port of call was food!! We saw a nice pizzeria and just grabbed a ham and cheese to share. We walked down to the harbour where we sat and ate whilst observing people on their boats and wandering around.
We had some things written down that are "attractions", but much like in Nice - we scrapped it and winged it. For places like Nice and the Cinque Terre, you really don't need to and shouldn't waste time inside churches and ...