- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... here in Ramaggiore I think. It is just lovely here, despite the steps & slopes everywhere, quaint little restaurants, grocery stores, wine, fresh fruit, bakery & of course souvenir shops, some nice ones that sell only Italian products. Have been feeling a little off again so am enjoying the slower pace here. Had a little fall going down to a restaurant the other night, missed the last step, just shook me up a bit, landed on knees & hands, happened ...
... that is just so wise. She lives with an ever-present notion of how fortunate we are… whomever we are and whatever the situation. And she vocalizes this awareness at just the right times. It often has ...
... Corniglia is not accessible by boat so we did not stop off there.
Vernazza was an important port during the middle ages -1000 BC but the people lived more inland. It became owned by the republic of Genoa in 1276. It extends along a river valley
and is a nice port and with a sandy beach/inlet. We visited the Church of St Margaret of Antioch. It was built in 1318 in Ligurian Gothic style by the Masters Antelami but has undergone many extensions and renovations and ...
... the moat.
Again, we swam out to the rocks, this time Elliott and I took Oliver and Sam. All those swimming lessons paid off, and they were easily able to accomplish the distance.
The water is beautifully clean, and the perfect temperature. The shops across the road sell drinks, focaccias, pizzas, ice creams. We have our own ...
... home, I'm going to turn this blog into a book so I can remember this amazing adventure. Some have asked if I'm going to reduce the number of photos for the book because I've taken so many. The answer is no :-) I want to remember every little bit, and if that means I end up with a giant coffee table book the size of ten encyclopaedias I can bore all my friends and family with, so be it! Consider yourself if warned if ever you make the mistake of saying, "oh, what's ...