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... who decides which place becomes the most exclusive. There is a lovely palazzo high above the town of Santa Margherita, surrounded by acres of parkland. We were having trouble finding our way to the entrance, when four nice young people came along and led us there, as they re going to the same place. The trees are old and huge, and the gardens lovely, so we spent some time there enjoying the surrounds, and the views over the harbour. Then we had a nice coffee back in the ...
... stakes. Everyone dresses up and goes out, walking their dogs, meeting friends, socialising in the cool of the day. You often see 2 or 3 older people sitting on a seat and I guess, catching up on the day's news. And theres a real sense of enjoyment It's something I love to see, as it seems such a nice thing to do. If it was us, we'd probably send an email or a text. So even though Rapallo has lots of tourists, there is still a really strong sense of it being ...
Took off to catch the 10am ferry to Portofino. Rounded the corner to see lots of grey haired people. It must have been senior citizens day. As it was rough on the ocean we weren't able to go to San Fruttuoso. We arrived at Portofino which took about 35 minutes and l still remember just how beautiful this place is. We walked around the village and ...
... Lots of space, easy access for the packs, good AC and cruise control....and she's been getting about 1100-1200kms from a tank of diesel and sitting nicely on about 135kph. All this and she looks like a freaking mail van....not that there's anything wrong with that Wadey!!!!! The drive was about 4.5 hours. We had a few stops to try for WiFi but had no luck. At one stop we encountered something new; a windscreen washer man ...
... the ages. Breathtaking.....and there are a further 42 similar palazzos, within an area of two streets, all under the protection of a World Heritage Site!
From the Palazzo we meandered through the carragio, medieval narrow streets of the old town, Marrakech meets Amsterdam! Smelly and slightly claustrophobic, dark shop doorways with slightly too many keepers than customers. Bored ...
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