Il Giardino di Albaro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... are the pillars but the altar area is of 16-17th century baroque with the most elaborate gilded mouldings & painted ceilings & a series of ancient damaged frescoes interspersed with much later religious scenes. On the southern side is the most ornate chapel with fine statues all around it. In the museum they have a most ornate 11th century gilded arc, the plate on which John the Baptist's head was served up & ...
... old fashioned in this respect I guess... For antipasti, we began with an octopus salad, potatoes, parsley and lemon; and mosciame with tomatoes and oregano, lots of oregano! The octopus was extremely tender and nicely textured, with small potatoes, fresh parsley and a lemon wedge on the top. Despite needing some salt, the dish was quite enjoyable, and went very well with the Ciliegiolo rosé we had ordered. Ciliegiolo is a grape typically from Tuscany whose ...
... but our plan was to
leave work at about 3pm, drive down to Gatwick where we would stay overnight
for our flight to Genoa tomorrow at 10am. I can’t see the difference if we
leave from work or from home!
As it turned out, Roisin didn’t only forget a few of my
favourite things (oh no, now I’m starting to quote ‘the Sound of Music!!’) but
she forgot something much more precious…her mobile phone!!
We brought ...
... nice hike.
Monterosso is the town that most resembles a beach resort. It actually has a sandy beach (as far as Italian beaches go) and many visit just for the beach. It stretches along the coast for probably half a mile and fits many of my preconceptions of the Italian Riviera. There was even a bronzed and perfectly sculpted Italian male in a bikini bathing suit that ...
... day! I woke up and headed to the leather market to pick up some Italian stuff to blend in to the soccer game. I bought an official Italian scarf in full awareness that I would be taking it off because I wanted to cheer, "MERICA" all game. My room mates forced me to buy the scarf so we wouldn't get "harassed" as if we don't look like Americans anyways. Before we left for the game Paige and I made some blue box mac n cheese and chowed down some doritos. Being as though I know a ...