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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... from. The Grand Saint-Bernard tunnel is almost 6kms long (!!!) and is nearly 2,000m above sea level! .......I actually feel a sense of relief when we finally come out of the tunnel. Unfortunately we had the first real rain we’ve had on this trip which created very foggy and misty conditions so once we exited the tunnel we couldn’t really see much of what would have been some great views.
The roads in Italy are amazing and I doubt there is ...
... and shoes. Then, would you believe, at 12.30 all the shops closed, and everyone disappeared. We had gone for a little walk to check out the sea on the other side of the railway tracks, and when we came back, nothing was happening. It seems such a waste of time. Three hours of our day is put on hold for Siesta! So we consulted our train timetable, and caught the next train back home. We had a little siesta ourselves when we got home, then ...
... had commented some time ago that you don't ever see anyone walking about in their swimmers. We've been at lots of resorts and not seen anyone walking around the streets or shops in their cossies. The other day when we were at Lerici, we noticed a sign on the beach which simply indicated no swimmers past the beach. They may wear their bikinis as brief as they like, and expose as much of their bodies as they choose, but only on the beach. In fact we've also noted ...
Today the forecast once again said there was a good chance of rain, but we woke to sunshine and blue skies, with only a few clouds. So again we very thankfully set off to enjoy our day. We took the train to Camogli, another lovely, typical Ligurian seaside town, which is two stops up the line from us towards Genoa. The train arrives at the top of the town, and you then descend to the old town and the beach, either gradually on the streets, or rapidly by one of ...
... these cars were all parked between the lines and in an orderly fashion, and not one of them had their hazard lights on!!! Today we saw a little Smart car on a pedestrian crossing, nose in to the kerb, with its hazard lights on. We decided that just sums up parking in Italy. Getting back to our morning...We were having morning tea, but of course most of the people who came into the cafe were having breakfast. The young woman at the table next to us ate three croissants, which ...