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... umbrellas and I some cases some little beach huts - all at a cost. We walked along the promenade and took in the very different surroundings. It is quite warm but not as warm as it is supposed to be. We wandered around the little lane ways of the town Rapallo. There are some interesting little shops, fresh fruit markets and lots of bars as it is a seaside community. We had a cafe salad ...
... carefully at the photo of the church you will see a long wreath of cream rosebuds on each side of the door, and the wedding car, a cream convertible, had the same along the back. I can't tell you what the bride was wearing, because, much as I'd have loved to, I didn't think I should sticky-beak when we hadn't been invited!! When we came back home in mid-afternoon, we were both tired, so after a coffee and a yummy little something that we bought from ...
... so I resisted that. All that not shopping required a coffee, and we found a nice place which also just happened to sell interesting little sweet things. So Wok had some jam tart, very Italian of him, and I don't know what I had, but it was creamy and delicious. We also bought some lovely bread and another jam tart to add to the things we'd brought from home for our lunch. The next part of our plan for the day was to walk from Santa Margherita to Portofino. ...
... 13th century), abandoned in 1568 after pirate ravages.
Rapallo railway station, opened in 1868, forms part of the Pisa–La Spezia–Genoa railway.
Santa Margherita Ligure
The next town over from Rappallo, where we took pictures from the boat but did not debark, is Santa Margherita di Liguria. I include photos of that town as well as a small blurb from Wikipedia:
Santa Margherita Ligure is a comune ...
Cinque Terre - incredible! What an great place! It's so much more than what I hoped it would be! This was by far the best place I've been to so far and I'm afraid there's no chance I'll be able to write how amazing it was! In italian, cinque means five and the word terre originally comes from latin which means town. So you get "Five Towns" in English. Yesterday afternoon I got there without a hostel reservation, ...