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... are trying to locate the “ideal” retirement locale. As this is a seacoast town, seafood is the featured item on most menus, anchovies being the main product of the area. We missed the anchovy festival by one weekend – oh darn! We ordered relatively safe foods but this couple ventured onto the assorted seafood appetizers which included an intact baby octopus - neither one of them could eat something that was looking back at ...
... pried the camera out of Casey’s hands, and rightfully so, as sitting with wine and pizza slice in hand enjoying the magical moment, was far better without the lens of a camera in the way. We whiled away the evening over wine, the sleepy sounds of the waves lapping at the waterfront, and watching the locals do their nightly stroll and chat through town.
The Cinque Terre Trail, we think, is a combination of some of the greatest trail we have thus to experience. ...
Cinque Terre My new favorite place that I've traveled so far is Monterosso al mare, the town farthest north of the five seaside villages. It's a town of about 1,000 that has nestled itself between green hillsides and the sands and blue waters of the Ligurian Sea. We hiked from Monterosso to all the other towns-first Vernazza, then Corniglia, Manorola and finally Riomaggiore. There's an astounding view of each incredibly picturesque city as you hike up or down a ...
... the street to a rutted road and open field. I had quite a time trying to get away from him without him spotting me and lopping back over...sheesh!
We drove the autobahn from Nice to the other side of Genova. I am glad Paul is doing the driving! It is nuts...up to 150 km/h! We stopped in Levanto for lunch and got our first real taste of Italy. Communicating in Italian will be interesting. Paul is teaching me certain phrases: "parla agnlais?" and "dov'e la toiletta?". ...