Hotel Giulio Cesare
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... the promenade and then enjoyed a glass of wine with some antipasti. Our Italian is not good and after spending the time in France where the words came more easily, it was quite a challenge to get back into the "Por favore’, 'Si’ & ‘grazie’. I kept finding myself using French and then switching back to English again. However, many Italians speak some English and they also have a sense of humour!
We had dinner at the ...
... thankful. We hope it will continue for tomorrow, because they hold their Autumn Festival, with a cake competition, family bike ride and dancing in the street. So we'd love to be able to join in all that. By about five this afternoon, our town was all a-buzz after Siesta had ended, just like Chiavari was this morning before Siesta - dogs, babies, smart clothes, gelati, happiness, greetings with kisses, and lots of talking. We sat and had a ...
... fish which they shared free with everyone. They started with 6 ordinary frying pans, but within 3 years the numbers had grown so much that someone hit on the idea of making a giant frying pan, in which they fried the fish. The number of pans increased over the years to the current number of four.The one in the photo was made in 2001, is stainless steel, weighs 2.6 tons, has a capacity of 100 litres, a 4 m diameter and a 6 m long handle. Wouldn't it be great ...
... notice saying Service Sunday at 6pm. As we walked home for lunch, the church service we had left was still going. By early afternoon there was blue sky and full sun, so we decided to go by cable car to a church atop one of the high hills behind the town. We walked past our church, and the people were sitting around, talking, so we thought they probably have lunch together before going home. The cable car ride takes you really high above the valley, and at the top there's a great ...
Bye Bye Nice Town, France; Hello Ventimiglia!
On July 15th, my sister Gobind and I said goodby to Nice and the French Riviera and our wonderful host family and headed down the coast to the Italian Riviera.
The train took us first to Ventimiglia (called Ventimille on the French side) where we had a brief walk before taking the train to Rapallo where we were to spend the next couple of nights.
We took a bunch of photos on the shore in Ventimiglia as ...