TripAdvisor Reviews Albergo Stella Sarzana
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... There are two sets of rows that show the station information: one for the morning, one for the evening. The times all line up in columns. At the top of some of the columns is a letter that has a meaning described at the bottom of the schedule. A means festivale (weekends and holidays), B means non-festivale(weekdays only), and so on. I got those all figured out, but the letter is not repeated for the second set of rows. I made the assumption that since the rows are separated by ...
Woke up this morning with a nasty sore throat - similar to flu. Just chilling out this morning and hope to go hiking this evening.
Breakfast was included and it was quite a spread. Had tea with lemon to soothe the throat. Had seafood pasta at a local joint. It was very good. Cost 12 EURO and their is a cover charge of 3 EURO per person. Every restaurant here has a cover charge.
We decided to hike from Monterosso to Venezzia which is a 2 hour hike and it ...
... some entrepreneurial bonitas selling homemade lemonade...CUTE, refreshing & very smart!
All in for a game of cards before dinner (I came second again) and Dean finally had a victory. This was followed by a stroll up the street to a little restaurant Dean had eyed off from day one. Gorgeous views from the outside tables but it was a tad too cool unfortunately. Pleasant inside and we could still see the water as the sun was ...
... sunshine that was shining down
into the piazza. We sat like cats in the sun drinking our cocktails (4pm is not
too early is it?) and talking and relaxing for about an hour. We then walked
through to via Fillungo and down San Giorgio before leaving Charlotte to walk
home by herself and for us to make our way to the ‘Ceramic’ store.
Mary had seen a beautiful ceramic
antipasto set that she fell in love with a few months ago and we’ve ...
... Michelle :)) and for nearly 5 hours we all talked and drank and had a lovely time. They had their own 'Permesso di soggiorno' meeting on Monday but had to go to Florence, we wished them the very best of luck. (We knew we would see them again as we certainly 'clicked'.) (One of the amazing things is, they have brought their beautiful dog, Atticus, a Tibetan Hound, with them and he just sits quietly next to us. You actually forget that he is there until a pigeon flys by or a ...