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... one hour walk earned us lunch so we decided to go local again and try the anchovies and mussels. Yumm! Then a short ferry ride back to Rapallo where we did final pack and bid farewell to Victor who kindly took us to the train again. For our trip to Florence via Pisa. The train ride was fine and not expensive. Italian trains have been very good. We were meant to stay in Rapallo another night but Sue had the wise thought of going early and ...
... ocean walk, so we spent some time watching the beauty of the sea, before deciding it was time to go home. We still hadn't had lunch, so it was quite a late one by the time we got home. I then lay down at about 4.15, and woke up at 6.30. Wok was tired too, but I'd taken up all the space on the lounge, which is our sofa bed, so there was nowhere for him to lie down. Tomorrow we hope to do a walk in the Portofino National Park. I'm off to bed now. With love, Lyn and ...
The forecast said there was a 25% chance of rain today, so we packed our raincoats when we got ready for today's outing. But fortunately it only gave us a few spits, and that was all, even though for the last two days the clouds have been well down over the top of the surrounding hills. Last night I was too tired to tell you about the tragedy of the day, (not really, so don't be worrying). When we left home in the morning we went the opposite direction to ...
... 34,000 inhabitants, and is part of the Tigullio Gulf -- located in between Portofino and Chiavari.
The climate is moderate and the main part of town is on fairly level land. Many of the villas are built in the hills that rise immediately behind the city to protect them from strong northern winds.
Rapallo area is included in the Parco Naturale Regionale di Portofino, encompassing ...
... and layed out and swam there instead. I convinced myself to go in again and came out with a big cut on my foot and on my leg from spiky shells on the rocks so I was done after that. Needless to say we took the train back to our town of Vernazza and we didn't hike the next day. We did make it out that night in Vernazza to the end of town where they set up a white sheet and a projector so we could all watch the final game of ...