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Month: January 2011

Wintering on the Riviera: Spring in January

The Nativity scenes aren’t even down yet – the Magi only arrived on Epiphany, January 6. And the mimosa is already in bloom! Allergens galore!!…

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Awesome seafood pesto recipe, great lunch at Da Mirin

(photo shown: Alison’s cover shot for Enchanted Liguria, which shows the church of San Rocco di Camogli) The perched village of San Rocco di Camogli…

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Super-Awesome Sanctuary, Recipes, Hotel-Restaurant Tip

Smile! Your awesomely fearless blogger atop Monte Manico del Lume (photo courtesy of Luciano Parisi), 2,400+ feet above the Mediterranean (background, left). Alison refused to…

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Part Three: The Riviera’s Wild West: Summitry

From Passo del Gallo up we went, hauling ourselves to the top of the cliff face by using the handy chains placed there by the…

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Hiking the Italian Riviera’s Wild West

Ironically the Italian Riviera’s Wild West is on its eastern half, up and away and behind the seaside resorts of Camogli, Santa Margherita Ligure and…

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A New Year on the Italian Riviera

Whether new or old or ancient or merely a continuation of time immemorial, the year 2011 AD as marked on our calendars got off to…

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