The Sun came out...

so we went to Alassio, such a beautiful beach, quaint shops and lots and lots of cafes, to people watch..



..whilst walking the little passage ways, we came across a beautiful chapel, where I lit a candle for everyone.



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  1. I remember Alassio well. Thanks for posting such beautiful photos.

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  2. I didn't get there when over in 06. I am so jealous! Oh for the warmth of that sun! Have a wonderful time.

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  3. Lucky you!!!

    You are in one of my favorite places on earth. Your pics are be-a-u-tiful!!

    Enjoy every morsel Anne :)

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  4. What a gorgeous chapel Anne. Looks like you had a great time.

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  5. Thank you for taking me along!
    How BEAUTIFUL!
    Keep having a wonderful time!
    xox
    Constance

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  6. Molto bene! Very beautiful place and pictures too!

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  7. Looks like you are having such nice weather there Anne! In fact, I check the weather report over in Como everyday, and although it's cold, was delighted to see the sunny forecast! Over here we're in the middle of a small tropical rainstorm!

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  8. Is that in Italy? It sure is beautiful.

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  9. Hi everyone, thanks for all your lovely comments, so pleased you like the photos..lots more to come, when I get home.

    We are in Liguria, Italy..about an hour from Genoa..the coastline is beautiful.

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  10. Anne, many people don't like the Ponente as much as the southeastern part of the region...CT and the like. I would say the two are decidedly different and your posts show exactly why I think they should be viewed as different destinations. You are reminding me of everything good about the western part of Liguria. It is less discovered, with smaller treasures and not as built up -- great posts!!

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  11. Diana - we don't like going to places that are too built up. Unless you are going to a city..we went to Barcelona for 9 days, lots to see, so a different kind of trip.

    We love travelling round and discovering little towns or villages and having a coffee with the locals. We also travel in low season, husband cannot holiday any other time, job rules. But that is fine, no crowds, live as the locals do...Thanks for the great comments..welcome.

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