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... from the beach. In the evening we explore a little of Cannes and discover that away from the narrow, busy, frantic roads are some quaint historical lanes that lead down to the water front. However these lanes appear to be almost exclusively restaurants which are quite pricey. Walking back to our apartment, we pass a couple of hotels near the waterfront. They do not look anything special but their room tariff start at nearly 500 ...
Sunset at Manarola is magnificent!
At Manarola every Easter Mario Andreoli sets up an illumination of La Via Crucis (Stations of the Cross) on the hillside terraces. It depicts the Last Supper and the Crucifixion. It is the largest in the world and made from recycled materials. I walked beside parts of it during ...
... region of Liguria (northern Italy). It is one of the five villages in Cinque Terre. The town is divided into two distinct parts: the old town and the new town. The two areas are divided by a single tunnel that caters to pedestrians and the very few cars in the town.
Note: At the entrance to the tunnel, street artists play some wonderful music that echos all the way through the tunnel.
The beach at Monterosso runs along most of the coast line and ...
... in Manarola! Since we are on the Ligurian Sea, there are residents who have their own boats, but they also have no yard . . . . Hmmm, where to store the boats?? We found the boats right on the sides of the small streets, similar to the way we park our cars on the streets at home. There are very few cars in the villages of Cinque Terra, so boats become a mode of transportation. Another observation we have made is that there ...
... were very elaborate and the entire area was in pristine condition. The tilt of the bell tower was very noticeable in the distance and it's hard to imagine that at one point before it was stabilized it leaned at an even greater angle. My group got a short tour of the inside of the cathedral which was just as elaborate as the exterior. We were then given some free time to explore ...