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... map and the static map on her iPhone to try and lead us in. We spent about a half an hour going up and down these one lane roads hoping to find a farmhouse that looked like the picture on the Internet. Guess what, most all the farmhouses look the same since they were all built in the early 1800's. As we parked at an intersection with no cross street signage, Sini was attempting to call our host. I was getting quite weary after traveling several ...
... down coastal route with great views of the sea and the buildings on the cliff side. It took us a little over an hour in the heat of the day to get to Vennazzi where we stopped for a swim and a nice pizza on the sea front. We decided to go by train to the next village Coniglio to save time. More sight seeing around a small precarious village built on a cliff side. Amazing how how these villages have been cut into these hillsides and how they have stayed ...
The trip to Italy was very mountainous, so the roads were mostly bridges and tunnels. We left a little after sunrise, and every time we emerged from a tunnel, the new scenery was even more breathtaking than the last. Wow. I gave up taking pictures because I knew I couldn'ti capture it all. We finally got to Pisa where we were swarmed by venders. I was always told to be skeptical of these guys, but I soon learned how fun they were. I bought four ...
... and composer Rossini. Lots of frescoes, marble statues (marble everywhere), stained glass. Visited the Duomo, also known as the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore from 1296. It's very difficult to comprehend how old these buildings are. I keep reliving Pillars of the Earth, one of my all-time favourite book. We had a few hours to discover other sites on our own, we walked the cobblestoned alleyways where many centuries ago Michelangelo walked, we crossed many piazzas, and ...
... up on supplies,lucky we couldnt find one!
We checked out the main street and the tourist office for walking info and then headed down to what is optimistically called a beach! Really just some stairs down to 3 flat rocks! Still a dozen people crammed onto the 'beach' and we watched fishermen returning home. Dinner was a giant pizza eaten on the beach, watching the lights come on up the hill in Riomaggiore, very ...