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Cinque Terre'n Anchovies and Pizza in Pisa

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Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre - 5 towns in one day…. I think we overtook the 33000 step count this day!
Pretty little village towns with houses painted all different colours. Some houses are literally built on top of another house. DELICIOUS and MOST ROMANTIC meal ever here. We sat at the top of a cliff with uninterrupted views from our table of the village and sea… cost a fortune… but well worth it :)

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Pisa

The leaning tower of Pisa - heading off on a train to meet my dad in Pisa. What a great day. I loved the river and the houses and the Leaning Tower is actually so much more impressive than in the photos. We laughed a lot posing for photos and laughed even more watching other people doing their posing!
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Pontremolli

Pontremoli (trembling bridge) is a little town where when walking into the pub was like walking into a set of Shaun of the Dead. “Inglesi - why are you here?” “No tourists come here!” except no-one turned into Zombies and everyone was really nice… just shocked that we’d made the trek to the middle of no-where. Here there is an amazing museum in the castle filled with “Lunigiana” - basically statues from the Iron and Bronze ages that have been found in all the mountains around… so 5000 years OLD! WOW THAT IS OLD! And even then the details of arms and faces on the statues are amazing. Look at the pics!
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Posted by PhilFhi travels 10:13 Archived in Italy

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