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... a train to the last of the five villages, Monterosso.
It was beginning to get dark as we strolled the waterfront in Monterosso. We decided that an early dinner would be good so we set out to find an open restaurant. We found La Taverna where we ate an early dinner before leaving for the train station and the last short ride back to Levanto and our car. We returned to our hotel after a great day touring all five villages of "Cinque Terre".
Italy has been ...
There are many VW bus like surfing vans parked here. Some with their owners taking a rest, their feet hanging out the back hatch as they reclining on their bed. Some cooking. This is an Italian equivalent to 1960s California surfers. Ciao dude!
Walking along the lower half of a two level boardwalk, parallel to the beach. The upper level has a street, sidewalk and guardrail. There was a flash we spotted form the corner of our eyes, ...
... The plan was for the boys to go first and then Julian and I would go.
Absolute convert, apart from me having a slight panic attack after I got in the water it was quite an incredible experience. The bay was a lovely spot, like most of the coastline, rocky cliff face dotted with caves and turquoise waters but once submerged.........it was like being in an aquarium......shoals of fish, nothing huge but ...
This will be our last day touring the Italian Countryside as Thursday will be a rest day, packing up before we head to Rome on Friday for a couple of days!
Mandy is in charge of directions and the plan today is to head off to the Italian Riveria, a world heritage UNESCO site.First we drive to La Speziala (largest naval base in Italy) via the trustworthy garmin navigator! She fails me & we park along way from the ...
... affect those of us who enjoy solitude. In any case, the walk was a joyful, peaceful and exhausting sojourn through a most beautiful part of Italy. I have included photos I took along the way but they do not do justice to the reality of the experience.
My walk took me through vineyards and olive trees, all of which seemed to hang precariously on the hillsides outside of each of the villages I passed through. The people ...