Genoa – Home of Columbus and Much More

I was in Barcelona and sea travel beckoned. As I discovered, there was no ferry to Marseille, where I really wanted to go, but an overnight ferry to Genoa in Italy. As becomes the birth town of the great Christopher Columbus, I thought it most appropriate to approach the...

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Riomaggiore, Italy

It was just a little over six months ago when I was planning a trip through Italy when a friend recommended I make a pit stop in Cinque Terre. “Cinque what,” was all I remember thinking to myself.

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Hike It, through Cinque Terre

After five hours, three train changes and blazing hot temperatures, we arrived in the Italian Riviera; our R&R destination. We stayed in Riomaggiore, the first of five villages that make up Cinque Terre, where the cool ocean breeze of the Ligurian Sea faced us and lush green mountains backed us. ...

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