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This morning we docked outside of San Remo, Italy. Fifty kilometers east of Monte Carlo lies San Remo, Italy, a sun-dappled Mediterranean resort with a casino, spectacular villas, and Riviera-style grandeur. Beyond the manicured lawns and bell hotels, San Remo hides a little visited old town, a labyrinth of twisting lanes that cascade down ...
... bridge ever constructed in the world. We did not go into this museum but kept walking past to the large Florence city square where the white marble copy of the David statue, together with many other statues, were on display. FThe original white marble statue of David was removed to protect its integrity from decay. We walked even further to another large square where a huge coloured cathedral stood. Here we had a brief ...
We left at 9am and drove with the coast on our right for an hour or so; passing above little villages nestled in valleys spreading out towards the sea.
We passed high above Monaco, having to quickly grasp, with recognised irreverence, the sensation of unceremoniously ticking another country from the list.
A blue street sign whizzed past, signaling our entry into Italy; metres later we were driving within an Italian ...
... and couldn't help voicing my concerns whilst also being pretty keen to see if we could find a private little vantage point to jump into the water! We did find it and Nick jumped in. He took Ziggy for a little swim, and then I could not resist! It was gorgeous and we encouraged Ruby in - even though she was very reluctant. Unfortunately we were then targeted by a jellyfish, which first stung Ruby on the lower leg ...
... the name on our ticket was different than it was on the screen. We were thankful for the long layover as it gave us a good hour to figure it out. We're definitely never afraid to ask questions! We arrived at 5:07 from the second train, and our third one was supposed to leave at that time as well! We literally ran through the train station trying to find the right gate. Luckily, it was delayed by 15 minutes, so we had time to buy a bottle of water and catch ...
Other places to stay in San Bartolomeo al Mare
Via Faraldi 77, San Bartolomeo al Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $74
Via Aurelia 11, San Bartolomeo al Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $122
Via Malta 32, San Bartolomeo al Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $95
Via Colombo 28, San Bartolomeo al Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $95
Via Corsica, 20, San Bartolomeo al Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $48
Via Mazzini 6, San Bartolomeo al Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $95
Via Aurelia, 223, San Bartolomeo al Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $92