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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews La Parare Chateauneuf-Villevieille
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... between Rigomaggiore and Monterossa La Mare by ferry but it was raining and the sea conditions not suitable so all legs were done by train. They are all small villages with lots of local produce and merchandise for sale. My favorite was Monterosso Al Mare where we had a beautiful lunch. It was larger than the others and seemed more vibrant. It was 7:30pm when we retuned back to the bus stop and 8:00 back at the apartment. Needless to say there has not been any ...
... 8217;t remove the stubborn bird s*!t on our windscreen) ...
... steak and potatoes and veges, and Alex had pesto gnocchi. It was all delicious, one of our best meals so far. Washed down with a lovely bottle of rosé and then ice cream - coconut, and mint chocolate chip. Alex had lemonade with her dinner, and the label tickled my fancy so I took a picture. We had a lovely waiter who spoke very good English, who thought I was a bit odd wanting to take a photo of the lemonade bottle until I explained why. When we left the restaurant ...
I reluctantly woke up at 6:15 am to begin my job, which actually didn't begin until 6:50. Avoiding cardio for six months had my lungs burning within the first kilometre; it was awful. I managed to push myself through, and didn't stop until I reached my goal of 2.5km. I used to be able to jog a lot further during rugby season, but I've failed to maintain that level of fitness :(. I sat on the edge of the promenade, waiting for the sun to peak over the hills. 10 minutes after sunrise, ...
... finds the internet connection and looks up the village centre. It is a kilometre away, back down the steep approach road. We realize we will need to drive to the village, unless we want to face the walk back up in the sultry heat. But if we drive, we might lose our parking spot.
The fatigue of the three hour drive from Caromb makes the decision for us. In the village. we join a tangle of cars searching for beachside parking, lumbering public buses,and ...