Albergo Ambrosiano

Address: Via Roma 36, San Remo, Italian Riviera, 18038, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Roma 36, San Remo.
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Travel Blogs from San Remo

Nice is very nice

A travel blog entry by shavorjn on Jul 16, 2014

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Road trip! Happy to leave Marseille, it was about a 4hr drive with a stop for lunch - the boys couldn't resist wings and ribs from Buffalo Grill - yep sure felt like we're on a road trip after that. So happy we've decided to drive, there is just no way you would get all these incredible views otherwise. Nice is very beautiful, again it's coastal with wide roads lined with palm trees and an abundance of restaurants ...

Local beach

A travel blog entry by carofoley on Apr 12, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... action! Jo Tsonga opened the competition and Luca was able to get his autograph so it made his day! While we were watching the match, there must have been 30 helicopter flights going passed on their way to Monaco. It's obviously the way to travel here. Simone and Pierre's daughter, Charlotte, is ball boy for the tennis Rolex Masters which started today in Monaco. She was on ...

Moving on to the French Rivera

A travel blog entry by jordy884 on May 25, 2013

... m no locked into anything so I could book another tour if I want too.....something to think about. Made it to Nice after a 7hr drive via 3countries in one day. It's so weird to think that! We arrive in Villeneuve Loubet which is a suburban out 20mins outside of Nice at 6pm. Leaving us with enough time to fresh'n up for a group dinner at a local restaurant. The food was nothing ...

Cinque Terre - 5 Italian Villages

A travel blog entry by richardsons on Aug 26, 2012

19 photos

... the hill to the village.

Our plan was to see all of the villages, but we knew that walking 9km was probably a bit of a stretch – particularly as the information provided said it took about 5 hours due to up and down nature of it. Also at the moment the walkway between Manarola (village 2) and Corniglia (village 3) is closed as it was washed out in a flood in October last year.

So from Manarola (village 2) ...

"Alarmed" in Milano

A travel blog entry by metcalfw on Jun 15, 2012


... her father whom she only
had with her for 6 years before he passed away.

On to Regensburg (Bavaria) for 2 nights, then to Landshut
and Munich where we met up with Dominique (who visited us in Cairns about two
and a half years ago) and her family.

I think the highlight of Wandas trip was when her uncle
in Landchut gave her a “sketch” of her father that he had given to his
grandmother in about 1949.

Spent ...