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July 11, 2010

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Jill Silverman Hough

Please keep the posts about Cinque Terre to a minimum. You are torturing me.

Liana

You're posts make me extremely jealous. I can't think of only one reason that I love Italy as much as I do...but I do know that I am reminded of how much I love it on a daily basis, even after returning from my vacation there almost a year ago now. (Don't worry, I have a return visit planned in less than a month). My favorite beach--that's hard to pick. It's between Positano and Terracina (my dad's hometown, by Rome). I am usually along the coast when I'm there so my memories almost always include glorious seafood...ahhh this was painful to write as I sit in Canada. Cinque Terre will be my venture next year for sure!

Tami

That pasta looks delish and reminds me of something similar I had in Vernazza myself. How I also fell under the spell of the Cinque Terre just last fall, my first time there. sigh...

Jozee


Another reason to be jealous of you being in Italy. Great post!

Gourmantic

This post is making me dream! We're considering a trip to Cinque Terre soon and looking at this scenery is swaying me...

Migration Mark

Great pictures and the pasta dish looks incredble. I've never been to Italy, but I can't wait to sample some of the fresh and herbacious dishes!

Jen Laceda

I love everything about Italy...the food, the beautiful small towns, the beaches, men in speedos and banana hammocks! eek! Yes!

foodloverkathy

Gourmantic: I travelled up and down the Ligurian coast from Genova to Portovenere (posts to follow), and I have to say that only one city came close (Camogli) to the charm of any of the cities in the Cinque Terre.

Jill: I just can't keep the photos of The Cinque Terre to a minimum....so sorry. There are more to come.

Paula

Looks like I'm not the only jealous one.
Why I love Italy? C'è la casa della mia anima.

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