Hotel Villa Belvedere
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... ready and on hold or are the daughters/daughters-in-law home preparing it? On the little patio mentioned above, we're having our happy hour one night complete with local olives, cheese from our friend in Florence, and our favorite wine. There is a substantial population of bees around here and one is being particularly a nuisance. Ricky, swatting at our uninvited guest, exclaims "buon giorno, bee!!" I look at him rather perplexed. He says, "Well. It's the only thing I ...
... Los Angeles and when asked about my travels, we had a good conversation about the culture in Italy, the way they speak, the passion they have and the uniqueness of Emilia-Romanga. She was a bright and articulate woman and provided some nice linkages for me about the way the Italians speak that aligned very well with what our experience was with the Zamangis and the translations we received while visiting different coops.
... the large ocean-breaking rocks. Just as I snapped a picture of the spray coming over the rocks, Matt got SOAKED by the very same wave. We were only about 5 yards apart, but one wave later I remained dry as the desert and Matt could've been a shipwrecked sailor. Of course, rolling with the punches, Matt was good natured about it, and we set off for Monterosso where we knew of an actual sand beach.
The beach was very nice, though we sort of had to squeeze in to ...
... up the sides of a steep valley where it meets the sea in a small rocky cove, with a harbour protected by a breakwater. Having covered about 8km in the three hours of up and down circuit, and the Manarola-Corniglia coastal track being currently closed, from Manarola we had a 5 minute train ride back to Corniglia station and an unencumbered climb up those 400 or so steps.
On our second day, which also started cloudy but hot, we decided to walk the ...
... down (which didn't occur for another hour or so after we got to Volastra). We actually felt we had gotten the easier of the paths- meaning our "up" side was easier than had we been going in the opposite direction. All in all, it was a 3 hour detour, when if we had been able to walk the original path it would have been thirty minutes. We told ourselves that we had to the chance to walk on top of the cliffs of Italy all by ourselves. Won't probably get to do that again.