Walking in Italy Imperia and its Two Seaside Resorts Today’s post gives you two Italian seaside resorts of Imperia for the price of one: both of them more than 2000 years old, but very different in nature – one spunky and bustling, full of compromises between the wish to preserve the past and the necessity of living in the present, the other frozen in the image of its own stately medieval beauty. (It probably keeps a picture of a more modern version of itself, Dorian-Gray-style,
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A Rainy Day in San Remo
Every trip to southeastern France should include at least a brief hop across the border to Italy. Ventimiglia, the easternmost stop on the half-hourly train service that connects all the famous Cote d’Azur resort towns from Cannes to Monaco and beyond, is the obvious choice, but if you can, you should venture out a little further.
San Remo, a mere 15 minutes by train from Ventimiglia, is a much better introduction to Italy – and,
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Guest Post: Easy Hikes in Italy Cinque Terre by Dave and Deb Hiking, we all had to start somewhere. My husband Dave and I have been trekking and climbing for a few years now. But it was our first hike into the Bruce Trail in Ontario, Canada that made us realize that hey, people actually get out of the city and see the countryside during their weekends off.
We had spent our 20’s working and playing in the city. It wasn’t until we
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