Amy, it’s wonderful post!
Glad you like it, JF 🙂 Have a great weekend!
Tolle Bilder wünsche einen schönen Feiertag liebe Grüße von mir Gislinde
Vielen Dank. Genießen Wochenende, Giselinde.
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This looks like the coolest place ever to visit.
It’s a beautiful coastal place in Italy. Thank you for visiting. Happy to see you! 🙂
Oh my heart…don’t I just wish I was descending myself to be a part of this scene. Gorgeous and so magnetic for those of us who love the sea and warmth.
Thank you so much for visiting and leaving comment! Glad you like these photos.
This is actually a magnificent descent! So beautiful 🙂
Hi Stefy, Thank you for your nice comment. This is my fav place to descent. 🙂
Simply stunning Amy!!! I love the last shot! I want to go!!!
Hi Nicole, I think you’d enjoy the hiking. The long trail connects five small villages. Thank you for stopping by!
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I have to put this one on “my list”! Not sure when I will be able to do it but I would love to!
Beautiful Amy reminds me of my time there. You’ve captured it well 🙂
Isn’t it a beautiful coastal place. I miss it. Thank you for stopping by and leaving comment, Kaz. 🙂
One of my favorite locations on the coastline of Italy–thanks for opening my treasure trove of memories.
I love the coastline, so beautiful! Glad to bring back your memory, Sally.
Great shot. 😀
Wow Amy! That is a very beautiful village by the sea and fantastic photographs. Looks like a place where time does not really matter.
Sigh …. drool …. wishing … oh man I WANT to be there …. sigh …. another sigh … This is just so beautiful it puts tears in my eyes and such longing in my Heart. To actually have been there …. OH AMY!!! You are SO lucky!!!! Love, Amy
Thank you, Amy!! Cinque Terre means five villages. They are connected by a long trail, train, and ferry. Love, Amy
I don’t think I will ever forget what I saw on your blog today, Amy. I was just that taken away!!! Love, Amy
Thank you for letting me share it with you. One of the very few places that I felt in love with…
I fell in Love too, Ame. I would just LOVE to go there one day. Oh, if there was any way to do so …. I would!!!! xx Amy
Gorgeous descent! Italy of course…The last shot just made me look for a trip there next year…any tips?
Book your hotel early. These villages are small as you can see from the picture, they have only so few hotels. Other than hiking, you can take their milk trains or ferry from town to town. We went there in May, it was crowded already.
Thanks for the advice!
One of my favorite spots on earth. Were these taken before or after the devastating mudslide Amy? So gorgeous!
We were there in May and stayed there for a week, I think the mudslide was in October if I’m not mistaken. I was so shocked because my husband said to me that if they got heavy rain, there would be a huge disaster because the buildings were so packed…
Oh my goodness isn’t that something that he said that and then it happened the same year. Some of the video from that day is unbelievable. I felt so awful for their loss.
So awful when I saw it on TV. When he said that, I was so annoyed…
He was likely right just hard to hear. 😦
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Amazing views! Wow!
Thank you for visiting, Phil!
Thank you for visiting! 🙂
Oh so picturesque, Amy! You captured the beauty of this coastal town, thank you for sharing!
Thank you, Lola! Another time, we went there from Nice. 🙂
Great depiction and captures. What a unique place. I hope it hasn’t changed too much!
One of the town, where we stayed, had a huge mudslide two years ago. We haven’t been there since.
Great shots. I love that last one, Amy.
The last one is where you descent to the town. Of course, it’s a popular spot for taking pictures. 🙂
Thank you, Dragon.
Great shots for the challenge, Amy. Wow, people actually sunbathing on concrete, I wonder if that’s comfortable at all. Last shot is brilliant – illustrates so perfectly a town by the ocean. So colourful too, well done. By the way, I was wondering if you spelt the title for this post correctly? Maybe I’m missing on a play on words or something 🙂
Done. That is a big error. You are my angel, Mabel!
You’re right, it doesn’t look comfortable at all. 🙂 There are five towns along the coastline, we hiked town by town. 🙂
Wow. Hiked five towns. Impressive, that must have been a bit of a walk. But a walk that sure took you to see some marvelous sights. Thanks for sharing what you saw 🙂
That is great to hear. I’m sure one day I’ll get my post title wrong too.
Great place to be hiking with such a great view. I hope you do get to go there someday, Mabel.
Oh, you won’t get me out of that water for sure! It’s so beautiful there Amy and such great captures! 😀
Thank you for liking it, Sonel A great beach there, I loved the coastal view from the mountain.
beautiful capture! I love all the colors of the buildings and what great fun to sunbathe there! 🙂
That was a beautiful and colorful town. A great place for sunbathe 🙂
Great selection for this challenge, Amy!!
Thank you, Aletta! That’s my fav place in Italy. 🙂
Danke wünsche einen schönen Sonntag lieber Gruß Gislinde
Thank you, Gislinda! Glad you like it.
Great capture Amy!
Thank you, Anna! 🙂
Gorgeous pictures Amy – I’d like to go there the next time I’m in Italy!
You’ll like the five charming towns. Thank you for visiting, Meg!
One of my all-time favorite places Amy; you’ve captured it beautifully. Great choice for the challenge.
Thank you, Tina! Glad to know that is one of your all-time fav places. I felt in love with CT the first time we visited there.
Now that the grey weather is here I want to be here!! Beautiful!
Is it getting cooler now? Thank you for stopping by 🙂
I’m glad you think it’s decent, too. Last month I visited the Amalfi Coast for the first time and it was also like that, but I hear Cinque Terre is the best.
Amalfi Coast, Wow! Gorgeous there!
Thank you, Stacy! 🙂
great shots, love the last one… what a place, so colorful!!
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Love the variety of colors in the last photo!
How people can sunbathe on the concrete like that is something else. That cement – even with a thin towel beneath – cannot be comfortable…
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