Albergo Ristorante Miramonti
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... the tessellated vineyards our apartment faces. Not only are the views amazing but so too are the gardens carefully tendered by locals. We see plots for lettuce etc…, tomatoes, zucchini, pumpkin, fruit trees, olive trees and herb gardens. All space is well utilised – as is the case throughout Italy.
Our walk took us around to Ponto Bonfiglio where there is a great children’s park with ...
Caught our train with ease and connected with the next one at Civitavecchia. Train travelling is so stress free. Well…….except for having to lug heavy suitcases up and down stairs where lifts are not available. Just ask Peter.
Arrived at La Spezia and thought we’d use the elevator to get to the correct platform to meet our train. Well the bloody elevator took FOR ...
... more rowing boats just a few metres away, sitting dry and idle on the beach. The first one I'd seen had a cover and I reasoned that if I could sneak under the cover undetected not only would I have protection from the weather but I'd be well hidden too.
By the time the sun had set and the noise from the beachfront restaurants had faded to the occasional drunken yell, I had settled for sure on one of the boats as my accommodation. But as it had got dark the guard from the ...
... little town and we ended up having lunch at Ristorante Ciak. The fish looked fresh and it was OK. We did quite a bit of exploring and walking around. We made our way back to the room and took a nap. After a 2 hr nap I awoke and decided to read. The weather was so nice that I thought I’d open up the windows that overlooked the terrace. I saw someone reading out there and was surprised to find that the person was a friend of ours! In fact, he was the one ...
... feel anxious or nervous at all just walking around in the night by myself; there were children playing in the street even at 9pm and locals chatting over their meals. Finally, I could walk and explore in peace at night. On the way, I ran into a pizzeria that offered take away. I got an entire homemade pizza for only 5 euro, what a cheap dinner! When I arrived back at my hostel, I sat down to try my first Italian pizza, and it was delicious as expected. Italy has yet to disappoint ...
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