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Cinque Terre

It’s no secret that Italy’s one of the best countries to vacation in, because there are so many cities to visit, so much good food to eat, and so many friendly people to encounter. 523 more words


A week in Cinque Terre is a great introduction to an Italian workshop. Great food and wine, beautiful scenery and friendly people. We spent our days moving between the villages painting and sketching. 161 more words


Snapshots From Cinque Terre, Italy

Vernazza, Italy

Vernazza, Italy

Riomaggiore, Italy
View from SP51, Cinque Terre, Italy
View from SP51, Cinque Terre, Italy

Lunchin’ in Vernazza, Italy

A rare selfie from the hubby ;)

For Pinterest…



Cinque Terre: 5 Things I Wish I'd Known

Over 72 hours we whizzed through Italy’s Cinque Terre: 5 coastal villages, crowded buildings crawling with tourists connected by mysterious trails that were all closed.  We caught trains between the towns, their arrivals variable, sometimes according to schedule, sometimes half an hour late for varied reasons spoken in Italian, then English, over the tinny PA on the platform.   1,140 more words


Three of the Five

With very little food in the apartment, first order of business after showering and getting dressed was to find breakfast. Being a Sunday morning, and not quite sure when things would open, I was a bit worried we wouldn’t find anything to eat and have to wander for hours while hungry. 1,400 more words


The Italian Job: The Most Photogenic Place on Earth (Day 4)

The Cinque Terre has stolen my heart. Despite the never-ending stream of tourists and the unforgiving heat, these five villages are a dream. As Mara (our Milan host) described them, they are paradise. 434 more words


Pasta Supreme

Houses pitched on near cliff faces, a medieval street snuggled amongst tourist shop windows, the idle and content stopping at doorways then drifting to one of a number of eateries, bars. 69 more words