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Posted by AForns on Sat Jan 25, 2020 7:23 am

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Cinque Terre is probably the Italian's Riviera most Iconic area.  Great time on my visit last year and what a place for photography !!  Unusual to have so many opportunities as a tourist.  

I rather go on a photography specific trip but this trip was one I would actually do again minus the transportation :)  I was on the MS Symphony of the Seas, largest passenger ship in the world, can not recommend.  Capacity is over six thousand passenger and we had around five thousand five hundred.  Spacious but not to my liking. 

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by Cynthia Crawford on Sat Jan 25, 2020 7:38 am
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What a colorful shot, Al. Even the people are colorfully dressed. Love how all the buildings are stacked up- got to wonder what it's like to live there. I see the iconic laundry hanging out. :) Terrific shot! I can't imagine going on a tour boat let alone the monster such as you describe. Good thing you got something out of the trip, like this cool photo!
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by Gary Gulash on Sat Jan 25, 2020 2:12 pm
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How do people live in "that"? Wonderful photo though.
 

by AForns on Sat Jan 25, 2020 4:02 pm
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Gary Gulash wrote:
How do people live in "that"? Wonderful photo though.




Garry it is a strange place, there are as the name implies, five connected villages.   Need to use train or boat getting from one to the other.  I'm not sure I could live in that particular one, the ones at the start or end do have connection to the rest of the country and seem some "resident friendly"

btw getting in and out on the buss is a bit of a mess due to the narrow streets and constant jams !!!
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by Carol Clarke on Sat Jan 25, 2020 5:35 pm
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I can't imagine how people live like that, or being on a cruise ship like the Symphony!  Great photo for capturing this scene and its vibrant colours, I can feel the hustle and bustle from here.  :) 

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