Travel Blogs from San Remo
... snack we made our way to the Sforza castle, a magnificent structure in places twelve storeys high where the main turrets were. Double moats surround the castle which are now just grass troughs would have made this a very formidable structure to conquer during sieges of old. Apparently, according to history, it was indeed taken on various occasions but looking at its share size and the extent of the battlements it must have ...
... patio. It was a wonderful evening which ended with us falling into bed at 1:00 a.m.
If I had to do it all over again, would I take all those trains and all that time just so that we could stop at Pisa or would I take the faster route up to Milan and then to Monte Carlo without all the train changes. Not sure. I liked seeing the tower and going up the coast. The other route would have been more inland, but gotten us to Monte Carlo earlier so we could have explored ...
... hand or a winning roulette number.
Paul: the rest rooms were wonderful; and fully staffed to boot. A very nice lady, on alert, stood behind me as I used the spotless urinal.
We are ready for our next stop … The Royal Palace. On the way up we slowed down as a motorcade of motor cycles passed us by, at the rear a Bentley with dark windows, so we couldn’t see who was sitting in the back seat. We can just say it was Prince Albert, not ...
... although I could detect some reservations.
Then, Wanda sings out who was that,so I tell her what had happened only to find out that she thought the "alarm" cord in the bathroom was the clothes line and she was trying to hang her "bra and undies" on it.(you could imagine having those big things hanging off the cord)
Hopefully I will get back to blogging more often, now we have the internet at our disposal.
... quiet. Heading back up the beach and around the coast again, this time taking the main tunnel we went in search of lunch. Most pathways and access points were obstructed by the racetrack fencing so a lot of the time we we weaving through the streets to get to where we wanted to be - no path, no worries! Walk on the main road with traffic, no problems! Everyone does it! We headed in the direction of the aquarium and found a pedestrian mall with a number of eateries which was tucked ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility