The Sunday Traveler~Italy, Part 8~Portofino 2

Can you imagine? A warm sunny day in Portofino, looking out in stunned silence at the beauty of the Ligurian Sea. And now, eighteen years later, I look at the photos as I finally upload them onto my digital files, and stare again in stunned silence that I ever stood there looking out at these scenes with my own eyes.

I had walked up a path from the piazetta towards a castle/fortress museum, looking out, lingering along the guardrail looking down as a motorboat pulled up, andΒ  a long distance flirtation began with hand waves and shouts in Italian from the guy on board… that I didn’t understand. Ah, the stuff of novels. You can bet I’ve remembered this over the years with a smile. But I digress, I had walked up from the little center of town, the piazetta, that scene you see in all the travel guides

Picture perfect it is.

A whole day spent here walking all over, eating gelato and I don’t remember anything else.

All the important scenes and memories of this Italian paradise etched in my mind.

Such beauty in this world to remember.

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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13 Responses to The Sunday Traveler~Italy, Part 8~Portofino 2

  1. What a glorious post and day of memories!!

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  2. Tippy Gnu says:

    To think, you could have started an Italian romance, and perhaps settled in happy repose in some quaint Italian villa like Portofino for the rest of your days.

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  3. Live & Learn says:

    Amazing beautiful.

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  4. what beautiful light!

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  5. Kelly MacKay says:

    Gelato, sorry spell check ugg


  6. Kelly MacKay says:

    Beautiful place..I smiled at the eating gelatin all day and I remember nothing else..I seemed to have had a similar experience in Rome. I wondered around ruins and had fantastic art and culture all around me, but I remember eating gelato, thinking it was the best thing ever it’s my first recollection of the place

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