Genova Brignole station
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More scooters than the Muppets' prop room
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A street in Genoa
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Our first humbug-striped church!
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We thought this was rather cool...
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Cheeses in the indoor market
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An Emily
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Monterosso al Mare
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James and Emily do their utmost to deal with a serious wind problem
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Pastel flats
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The love seat
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Street in Manarola
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The Cemetery of Stagliano, which has its own internal bus service
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Mist from the mountains
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It was almost too late before James realised the handbrake wasn't quite on
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Cheesy grin, cheesier posters. One day, that could be me...
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Possibly my favourite shot of the whole trip.
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The turtle in the tropical aquarium
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Genoa (west), from the top of the Bigo
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The Rialto, Venice
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The friendliest cat in Italy
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"Take me home with you! Purleeeeeassse!"
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Venetian canals
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St Marks Square, with a multitude of pigeons

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They were charging 1 Euro a time for photos, so we did our own...
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The monolith in the Museum of Modern Art
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A not-quite intimate moment in our Lido hotel room
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"Shots that beg to be taken", no.45 in a series
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A street in Siena
 
Inside the Duomo
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Siena alleys
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Quite clever, this one. Had me fooled for a moment.
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Must....resist....Fight Club gag.....
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"Sweet Vermouth with a twist, please."
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"That's my favourite drink."
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"Mine too. It always makes me think of Rome....the way the sun hits the buildings."
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Stopping for a rest cure, amongst ruins
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The Arch of Titus. (I spent ages looking through our tour guide to find the names for all these places. I hope you're grateful.)
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The Colosseum
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Honestly, if you'd been there, you'd have found it hilarious.
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The kind of dreadfully tacky souvenir stand that are two a Euro in that part of Rome
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A quite hideous number, taken in a passport photo booth.
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