Doria Park Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDoria Park Hotel Lerici
Great views, charming town, and a really nice hotel.
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... about 7:00 and the sun had gone down, when I started heading back towards the hotel. I wanted to stop for dinner, but none of the restaurants were opened yet. Dinner doesn't typically start until 8:00 or sometimes later. I ended up stopping at this little snack bar with flashing green, blue and red lights in a tent. Not a place that I would initially go to, but I was running out of options and wanted a drink. It was clearly a place for the locals. ...
... There is a smaller castle at San Torenzo which is situated behind some colourful houses - it is an impressive sight.
It was a balmy evening so I sat outside at a bar listening to gentle piano music whilst sipping a drink, with the hassles of the day long forgotten. Today I bought fish and chips (calamari and anchovies!!!) from a Sydney ...
Early Thursday morning I left my hotel and caught a train for Cinque Terre. After one train cancelled it's route and the other severely delayed, I realized I wasn't going to make my 5:00pm check-in deadline and had to stop for the night at Genoa. I was a bit disappointed, but went out to walk the streets and found my favorite Gelataria (Italian ice cream shop), Grom, had opened a shop in Genoa. I first had ...
This is the day that we made full use of our global train pass! Got up, had breakfast then walked with Marco to the train station. He took a train the airport for his flight back to Singapore while we waited for our train to La Spezia. We had to take the train to Genova then take another train the rest of the way. We got to Genova no trouble but jumped on a train a few minutes too early. Luckily this inspector came to ...
... ravages of time. I didn’t expect to be overly impressed but actually was.) Who knew. There may be cultural hope for me yet!!
Train took about 40-50 minutes (not an express; has lots of stops) to Florence from Castelfiorentino; the 4-hour walking tour of Florence with Samuele was excellent (great guides like him bring a place to life and are worth every Euro). A 2-hour jaunt through the Uffizi Art Gallery ...