Italia e Lido Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Day 16 - Saturday, 20th September, 2014
After yesterdays long and arduous drive, we decided to have a second day in Rapallo.
We walked into the centre of the town to try and find a cafe that might serve an English breakfast.
Voilą! We found one. Or at least we thought we had. Although the menu was in Italian, we could clearly see that an ...
... is pork chop and baked potatoes with rosemary (the latter from the freezer section) for me, while Wok has, can you guess? pasta. Across the street from our hotel, between us and the waterfront, is a small piazza. There are some nice trees, lots of seats, and the piece-de-resistance is the blue pond with four big green frogs spouting water out of their mouths. I was a bit worried when I went out for a walk this morning because the pool ...
... the next year, and since then it's become an annual event for them. Neither of their husbands wants to travel, so they were both saying how blessed I was to have my husband travelling with me. ( Can you imagine me trying to make him stay at home!). Of course Wok is in his element here, loving Italian food as he does. However I feel as though I'm just about up to the plimsoll line with pasta and pizza. I think I feel a big steak or pork chop coming on in the next day or ...
... 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 ...
... town community. As we were walking from the station to our hotel today, we crossed the street and Wok tripped as he stepped up onto the footpath. He fell really heavily on his side, almost in front of an oncoming car. I was walking ahead, pulling my bag along, and didn't realise anything had happened. Even when I heard a screech of brakes I didn't take any notice. Then I looked around to see poor Wok on the ground, in front of the car. The driver must have got ...