“A traveler without observation is a bird without wings.”
Moslih Eddin Saddi
Sadly, the Foodie Adventure has come to an end, and it is time to move on. Now, we move to the coast of Italy and Cinque Terre, the five small towns on the west coast of the Riviera. They are connected by walking trails or you can also travel between them by train or car. The entire area is now designated as a national park and proclaimed as a heritage for mankind by UNESCO.
What a different feel Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Nanarola and Riomaggiore have from Tuscany.
Houses, with signs of being buffeted by salt sea air, are built close together and climb the cliff face.
and pasta is replaced by sea delicacies.
The most popular walking path appeared to be the Via dell’Amore between Manarola and Riomaggiore. It is said to be where young lovers met in secret in days past and now the path is dedicated to lovers.
Locks lined the entire pathway. What do you suppose they symbolize?
Exploring the Cinque Terre is a pleasurable way to spend a Sunday. What is giving you pleasure today?
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3 thoughts on “Moving On”
Hi lovely lady. I see you are having a Great Time on your lovely Adventure ~~~ I would love to have Chef Michael cooking for me !!! I also love the flowers and fruit With the wood centerpice !!! Thanks so much for your lovely XXOO
Dianecomments on my Island Tablescapes. I hope you have a Great Week sweet lady.
Looks like you’re on a wonderful adventure, I’ll be back again soon to see more of your travel pix.
This looks so much for such a romantic place. Just pefect. Thanks so much for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.
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