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  1. I feel that you can tell just by looking at your cone from Gelateria Vernazza that it would be the best! They definitely didn’t skimp you on the gelato, and it looks delicious! That’s one of the things that I loved the most about Italy too, all of the amazing gelato that was all over the place!

  2. Thanks for all of that hard work you put into taste testing gelato. Next time I go to Cinque Terre, I’ll be sure to refer to this post for where to go! 🙂

  3. Hahah, this post is VERY important. I LOVE gelato, and I also would really like to visit Cinque Terre this summer. I am wondering – how did you get to Cinque Terre? Did you drive or train or fly?

  4. When it comes to gelato, there’s only one flavour for me: melon, rockmelon, cantelope or melone. Depending on where I am.
    It’s the best! #WanderfulWednesday

  5. Oh man, I ate gelato every day in Italy… and I have the waistline to show for it… or maybe it’s from all the carbs I ate? lol Can’t read more about your time in Cinque Terre!

  6. Awwww I love Italian ice-cream!! That’s basically what I miss about life in Norway most. We don’t have one traditional ice-cream parlour here in Tromso. I’m so spoiled by Germany where you can find Italian gelato in literally every town!!!

  7. I love, love gelato! Your photos are so good. I do not know why but I have problems taking photos of ice cream and gelato. I am not sure if it is the way I grab it or what. Anyway, when in Italy I ate gelato once or twice daily. I mean, it is inexpensive and so delicious! #wanderfulwednesday

  8. Sara, first of all, what an indulgence. Sounds like you were on the most perfect mission in the world! My best friend is heading to Cinque Terre in June and I will share this post with her to make sure she checks out all the spots you recommend. Also, I found your web-site via Wanderlust Wednesday link-up and am swooning over your beautiful blog and photos (especially the shots taken in Florence!). Cannot wait to follow along your other travel adventures. xoxo, nano |

  9. I’ve never had an authentic gelato but it looks delish especially for a warm sunny day! Cinque Terre was on our list of places to visit in Europe which isn’t happening this year but the husband was sold on spending a good portion of the vacation there. It looks beautiful!

  10. When we were in Italy a couple years ago we had gelato every single day. Good thing we did a lot of walking! Luckily there’s a gelato place down the street from us that’s run by an Italian family, so I can still get my gelato fix in Phoenix.

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