Day Three in Cinque Terre dawned rainy and gray.
This is an unfortunate state of affairs if you are in a small apartment with four children under six years old. We waited for the rain to abate somewhat and then, hungry and stir-crazy, we headed out into our little town of Riomaggiore. Below is the view of the heart of town and the boat slip. Looks a little different on a rainy day than it does in the sparkling summertime!
At the top of the town, the sun came out! As we looked towards the back of town and the rising hills, low-hanging clouds lingered, but if we looked out to sea there was only sunshine.
For all lovers of Naomi of Rockstar Diaries, we missed each other by one day in Riomaggiore. She took this same photo a day before I did. I also have a sneaking suspicion we might have even stayed in the same apartment, but do not yet have proof....
Our apartment included the top floor of the narrow rose-colored house on the far left. Below is the view from the balcony at the very top.
And then we were home after another fun day of exploring. Time to cook dinner, read a few stories (this one's her current favorite... thank you, Jo and Will!), and snuggle down into bed.