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... anywhere in Italy that doesn’t have a tunnel through it. If there is something in the way they just go right through it!
Fortunately, by the time we reached Rapallo on the coast the rain had gone and it was extremely warm and humid. Our hotel room was fantastic, located right on the water and with a wrap around balcony where we could enjoy a great view over the Rapello promenade. (Pity it was only a one night stopover.)
We took a ...
... a walk around to San Michelle where we went yesterday. Interestingly, the sea has been quite rough the last few days, so it was beautiful to see it crashing on the rocks, and there were a number of places where we had to wait for a quiet period, as the waves were splashing over the path. Incidentally, the forecasters predicted that it would be wet, very wet, all this week, and we have had cloudy days, but not a drop of rain, for which we ...
... women, especially young ones, dress very modestly. And so stylishly! The Ritter Sport is disappearing, and I'm fading. Wok's been sound asleep for two hours. He is a good travelling companion, but he's not a lot of company in the evenings! So it's time I joined him. We're in our last week. We booked our train tickets for Milan today, though its still 6 days away. We wanted to make sure we got on a service where we didn't have to change trains. God bless you all. Much love, Lyn and ...
... staircases. Whatever way you choose to go, it's a long way down, and it's uphill all the way back. We wandered along the streets, and had some great views down into the harbour. It's a fishing town as well as a tourist destination, so there were lots of fishing vessels, as well as the ferries that have a regular schedule. Camogli has this amazing event every year, in the summer time. In 1951 they started the tradition of having a day where they caught ...
... in her cappuccino. In spite of the wet weather there were plenty of families and young people out and about. By now the rain had completely stopped and there was even a bit of blue sky appearing. We decided we'd go and check out the location of the other church, so we headed off, expecting it to be a bit of a challenge, even though we had the address and a map. We were like little homing pigeons. We went straight to it. It was in a back street, with a sign above a big roller door! ...