[556] 2022-08-10 Crisis and Overcoming

Arezzo ~ Camucia 31km

1. Today’s headline photo is the ruins of the Roman Amphitheater in Arezzo.

2. Today, I had no choice but to walk another 8km from the originally scheduled 23km point. It was a long distance of 31 km, unintended.

3. Arezzo has a population of about 100,000 people. But it is a wealthy city with a tumultuous history.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arezzo

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5. There are many ruins in the Tuscany region from Florence to this place.

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7. Industries such as jewelry processing and fashion design also developed. The picture seems to be a design school.

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9. A restaurant with a kempt design.

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12. It’s the gateway to the old town.

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17. This wall seems to be a famous relic.

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19. Walking along the walls,

20. I am going to the place of Roman amphitheater.

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23. With the street manager I met at dawn.

24. It is a plaza with a beautifully designed street tree.

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26. The schedule of the annual classical music performance is being released with a wonderful design. I can feel the cultural flavor.

27. A menu signboard in front of a restaurant.

28. I finally reached the amphitheater.

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30. As I watch it, I am reminded of scenes from the American drama Spartacus.

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33. I observed many of Arezzo’s ruins.

34. I walk out of town. Many places were designed as modern urban areas due to the bombing damage in World War II.

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36. There are 7 trash cans for separate collection. There may be some overlapping of same type. But it seems that the waste is properly managed.

37. A resident who came out to separate waste welcomes me.

38. The father, who was watching his son, came across the road.

39. A selfie all together.

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41. It’s a nice street tree.

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43. I am curious about the name of this tree.

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46. The owner warmly treats a stranger who was resting in front of the fruit shop. What she is holding in her hand to give to traveler is a type of plum, which is less sour and sweeter than Korean plums.
Grazie~

47. It is an exhibition & sales place of garden supplies.

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50. Cypress nursery.

51. I can see the village on the mountainside.

52. It seems that there are many drivers who have seen K-traveler in advance. I hear a lot of welcome honks.

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55. The ruins of the citadel at the top of the pass.

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58. After having a sufficient lunch at a Chinese restaurant around this time,

59. I arrived at the planned lodging at the 23km point around 3 pm. The problem occurred here.

60. It is scheduled, but it is not booked online. Because of poor English over the phone, I temporarily reserved it. But it was a mistake. After all, the lodging was closed today. It’s a remote place, so mobile phone internet is not working. It’s kind of a crisis.

61. Information collection comes first. I take my heavy body and move to an area where internet communication is possible.
After moving, I searched and found out that there was no alternative lodging nearby. Bus transportation is also available in a couple of hours.
The alternative is to retreat 3 km or advance 8 km.

62. I cannot retreat. Inevitably, it became a long distance of 31 km.
Fortunately, it was windy in the afternoon, It was not difficult to walk.

63. The temperature I checked while walking was not very high.

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65. I took a selfie with children playing with their parents in the yard.

66. I met a bar in the middle of 8km section.

67. This bar sells fresh fruits in bowls. The price is 3 euros. It’s seasonal fruit and it’s cheap.

68. I ordered a piece of watermelon because I was still thirsty. It’s cool. My thirst disappeared.

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70. It is a citadel on the mountain where the lodging is located.

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72. The center of town is called Camucia. The lodging is next to it.

I was exhausted from an unexpected long distance. I was knocked out as soon as I arrived at the lodging.



Categories: 27. Italy, Course and Diary

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