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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Canali Rapallo
Travel Blogs from Rapallo
... by the water and as our tables were all quite close, we ended up socializing with two other couples at the adjacent tables……a retired couple from England who had some great stories to tell and two gay guys from London who were at the end of their trip. They were all good company and I introduced one of the guys to the best desert in the world…Affogatto!
Tomorrow we’re heading to Tuscany where we finally get to stop for a whole ...
... came to a lovely fruit and vegetable market, which was probably where most of them were bent on going! But we couldn't buy anything, because tomorrow is our last day here, so we're using up our supplies. Unfortunately in Rapallo we only had the supermarket, but it had quite nice fruit and veg. Chiavari is interesting in that a lot of the main shopping area has arcaded streets, with archways, and a lot of the columns made of slate, which ...
... emptied. I thought maybe it had been drained for the winter, but this evening all four are happily spouting again, and the pool is full. The weather has cooled slightly, now low 20s, and cooler nights. I'm not sure if the fireworks on Sunday evening had a subtle effect on the weather, or if the organisers are very accurate in their prediction of when the cool weather will arrive. A lot of the small brightly coloured change rooms on ...
... there was nothing recognisable for us to see. We did manage to find another place, and have our coffee, but of course it wasn't the same. On the bus we had a chat with two nice middle aged ladies, one from California, the other from Johannesburg. They had met on a group tour 18 years ago, and became long distance friends. The next year they found they were both going to be in Italy at the same time, so they met up. They enjoyed the catch-up so much that they decided to do ...
... asked the man in the hotel if he knew of any Protestant churches. We explained we weren't Catholic. He was quite excited to tell us there was a church in a shop, just a block from the hotel. So we thought we'd see if we could find it, and sure enough, there it was, with even a sign over the door. There was something happening inside, so we went in, and the six people there all stopped to greet us. The Pastor, we presume, told us, in English, that the service was in Italian. We ...