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Under the Tuscan Sun

ITALY | Mon, 13 Jun 2016 | By the_life_of_lady_laura | Views [609] | Comments [1]

I’ll admit I often visit places because I like the concept of them, or I have seen or heard that they are pretty or interesting. Quite often this results in seeing a sight or place that is amazing, but perhaps limited in its beauty, or has one ... Read more >

Tags: cinque terre, florence, italy, montepulciano, pasta, pienza, pisa, pizza, siena, tuscany

Photos: Some things good enough for a photo

ITALY | Wed, 15 Jul 2015 | By chloebruce | Photo Gallery

I don't actually own a camera, all these were taken on my phone. Google images has better snaps
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Tags: cinque terre, florence, herculaneum, italy, perugia, poligiano, rome, venice

The Calm After The Strike

UNITED KINGDOM | Wed, 17 Jun 2015 | By chloebruce | Views [443]

The Cinque Terre is a popular destination for travellers heading to Italy. It’s a UNESCO world heritage site and protected national marine park on the Italian Riviera. It’s uniquely picturesque and highly recommended by all good travel websites, ... Read more >

Tags: biassa, cinque terre, corniglia, manarola, milan central, monterosso, riomaggiore, train strikes, tranquillo, vernazza

Making a home in Cinque Terre!

ITALY | Fri, 2 Jan 2015 | By crobbins | Views [424] | Comments [1]

 Well folks, what an adventure Cinque Terre has been! I absolutely love it here!   Our train rides yesterday were eventful. We took a train from Venice to Florence, grabbed a bite to eat, and then hopped on the next train. However, going ... Read more >

Tags: cinque terre, hiking, limoncello, new friends, stairs

Lessons on Dry-Stone Walls, Ravioli and Wine

ITALY | Mon, 2 Jun 2014 | By elena_valeriote | Views [3453] | Video

First, a bit of background… All across Cinque Terre, the hills are lined with rows of short stonewalls – some are neat and orderly, others are overgrown with plants; in many places, the walls have crumbled into mere piles of rocks. Were ... Read more >

Tags: baking, building, cinque terre, honey, olive oil, ravioli, walls

My First 24 Hours in Manarola

ITALY | Sun, 1 Jun 2014 | By elena_valeriote | Views [1688]

My life whole I have wanted to come down the stairs of an airport escalator and be greeted by someone holding a paper with my name printed on it. It seemed to me that this was the epitome of glamour, the indication of an exciting adventure. Yesterday, ... Read more >

Tags: cinque terre, hiking, manarola, seafood, trekking, vineyards, wine

Photos: An Italian dream

ITALY | Fri, 5 Jul 2013 | By radharani | Photo Gallery

From Venice to the Amalfi coast
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Tags: amalfi coast, cinque terre, gelato, napoli, pizza, rome, venice

Florence, Rome & Cinque Terre, Italy.

ITALY | Wed, 2 May 2012 | By brettcooke | Views [714]

We started our south bound journey to Italy from Moutiers train station where the TGV fast train picked us up at a much slower pace than its 300km an hour capacity. Our first stop was Milan before whizzing through the rolling Tuscan countryside ... Read more >

Tags: churches, cinque terre, colosseum, duomo, florence, michelangelo, museums, piazza, rome, vatican

Walking the Terraces

ITALY | Mon, 11 Apr 2011 | By drmitch | Views [684]

I rose early to catch the local train to Monterossa, the northern-most town in the chain of villages where I was planning on starting my walk back down to Riomaggiore. There was a sign up saying something about the trail being closed, but the actual ... Read more >

Tags: cinque terre, unesco heritage site, villages

From cities to national parks

ITALY | Sun, 10 Apr 2011 | By drmitch | Views [491]

A stupidly early train took me to Milan and (not having enough money to shop) from there to Genoa, where I was staying overnight at a B&B in the dodgy part of town overlooking the docks. Wandering past people drinking out on the sidewalk ... Read more >

Tags: beach, christophen columbus, cinque terre, genoa

An Epic Train Adventure

SPAIN | Tue, 9 Feb 2010 | By neil_loewen | Views [922] | Comments [2]

No pants were stolen in the making of this blog.   So we saw Charlene, Alex, and Isaac off at 6am, immediately fell back asleep, and then got up and checked out ourselves for 10am.   We had two hours until our train would arrive, ... Read more >

Tags: alice berents, barcelona, cinque terre, neil loewen, trains, turin

The Cinque Terre!

ITALY | Fri, 5 Feb 2010 | By neil_loewen | Views [1088] | Comments [3]

The Cinque Terre!   Australia Day in Rome, celebrated by two Aussies, a Canuck, a Brazilian, and an Argentinian, was a smashing success, bringing people together across cultural divides, but much more importantly, informing us ... Read more >

Tags: alice berents, cinque terre, hiking, italy, mediterranean sea, neil loewen, sunsets

Back from Italy and on to San Francisco!

ITALY | Sat, 29 Mar 2008 | By christina_wallace | Views [572]

I can definitely say this was my favorite trip to Europe by far. First of all, no tour bus or huge group of like-minded people (school trip, choir tour). Secondly, I had someone to talk to (very different from my solo backpacking trip last summer). It ... Read more >

Tags: bologna, certaldo, cinque terre, italy, milan, pisa, tarcento, trieste, verona, wine


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