BEST WESTERN Hotel Regina Elena
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... rocks, fishing and swimming. And heaps and heaps of caves and divers. We would constantly just turn off the boat and drift and sit. We are a quiet trio and every now and then one of us would make a comment…. “ this is amazing” or “bloody bewdiful!!!” We cruised in to have a closer look at Rapallo’s Marina which is much bigger than Santa Margherita’s and Portofinos and then back into dock by 6.30.
I has been very ...
It is Sunday, so I perched myself in church for awhile and admired the extravagance. This church houses the most chandeliers I have seen in one place ever. However, mix those with the ornate pillars and frescos and decorations and it is very easy to loose yourself amongst it all.
The most part of the day was spent trying to organize some things to do in the next few ...
... that could not speak a word of English may have been a rather silly move, but it was very funny!! She tried to enlist the help of other clients to decipher what I was trying to explain. Lets face it…. Even in Perth we may as well be trying to explain what we want done with out hair to someone from another country, as it often doesn’t resemble what we have asked for.
Lets just say, my hair is now very short, but the biggest problem ...
... up with lights running up the entire outside and along the roof line. This place is full of life and we have the most perfect advantage point sitting on the balcony and watching the world go by, and we already spent a lot of time doing just that. (I would love to be a part of it eventually)
I went for a walk early this morning. There was very few cars, a few runners and walkers, a couple ...
... long, but would take two and a half hours, definitely a recipe for relaxation! After an hour of constant climbing, mostly steep stairs, but some rockier parts, we decided that we'd got enough nice pictures from our high altitude view point (and utterly exhausted ourselves), so we took the somewhat easier downward trip back in to town.
We instead took the train to the next village ...