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... enjoy our time in Ventimilia - we each selected a flavor and were anticipating little one-scoop size bowls. Wrong! As you can see in the picture we each ordered a giant sundae version. Ordering in a language you don't speak is always a gamble. In this case though, I think it really worked to our favor.
We walked off our large lunch with a stroll through the street market and back to a bridge Conor had spotted while I shopped for purses earlier in the ...
So we arrived at the campsite at Imperia with another problem with the Alarm Siren Sounding and the Engine Immobiliser kicking in... We now have 3 problems still to sort out, the Fiat Speedometer, Kitchen Tap and the Alarm..! Claim with Amex being processed for the Water Diesel and the repair from the Fiat Dealer to flush the system and just to keep everything ticking along also contacted AGIP Service Stations HQ... Can't do any ...
... war monument with the bomb casings encased within the structure. We searched for the castle for a while and managed to find the cemetery.
Lunch was a picnic sitting under the chestnut trees watching the autumn toned leaves flutter down.
Our afternoon was spent in Montalto village which is a good example of a vibrant village in a rustic mediaeval setting. Some of the slate portals ...
Tuesday 7 October
The weather did not cooperate today. The highlight was dinner in a little restaurant in Molini di Triora.
It was a five course feast of home cooked Italian fare. Two courses of antipasta, then all sorts of pasta, then meat dishes. We were all so full we couldn't fit in dessert.
Wednesday 8 October
St Paul de Vence was our ...
little laneways and multi-storey homes joined by little arches. There were a number of men brewing beer and pressing grapes for wine in what looked like little caves.
We watched a game of hand ball played in the town square. The ball was about the size of an oversized baseball and the men hit it with their hands that were wrapped in black ...