January 6 2012

Time to emerge from our hidey-hole in the hills and seek a little bit of winter beach, so we head down to Viareggio…

It’s actually a large built up strip which is part of the Versilia – the Northern Tuscan riviera. It has its pretty pockets and there’s a long stretch of sand, most of which appears, today, to be flying horizontally into our faces. Yes, apparently when they come, these winds batter Viareggio for two to three days at a time… they certainly seem to have whipped the sea up…

…the slice of pizza I attempt to eat whilst sitting on a bench seems strangely crunchy…better seek shelter in a café for one of those excellent cappucini….

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