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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Elena Recco
We overnight at this hotel on a long trip. The hotel is easily reachable from the highway. Rooms are spacious with good-sized balconies. All rooms have sea views. Staff were very friendly.
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Today we had to get up early and drive to Recco along the Italian Rivera. We stopped along the way in Lari a nice medieval looking village on the top of a hill and we had someone show us all around the nice town. We first looked at Lari castle which is a Medieval castle, during the time we were outside the castle we were learning about Italian …
It's been 2 weeks and we have been on the go the whole time. Our flight over was good,.. Though looong! It appears the older you get the more long flights don't compute. We arrived at the 'farm' after some 30 hours on the go,.. To a wonderful meal of Roast Beef and Yorkshire pudding,.. Followed by strawberries and cream,.. Can't beat country hospitality. We spent the next few days preparing the van for travel. It is amazing how you forget 'things',.. Like how to turn on the ...
... and poor we see so many homeless and poor but then very wealthy people. I don't think much has changed since the early days of Genoa, the harbour still attracts all different types of people. Of course the ants as my boys call them, mainly the African and some Asian are there selling cheap wares. We haven't seen so many of them since the Eiffel Tower and I warn the boys to be prepared for Rome. Felix is puzzled why they stand there all day and seem to sell nothing, we try to ...
The past two nights we have stayed in Park Hotel Argento in Levanto, a place I've come to really like. Yesterday, we woke up early and ate a wonderfully huge buffet breakfast, which turns out we really needed as we hiked for three hours from Levanto to Monterosso - one of the villages apart of Cinque Terre. This was a mighty hike and we had a serious lack of information regarding just ...
... was gelato and an explore of parts of Corniglia we hadn't seen yesterday then we caught the train back to Manarola as we hadn't explored it yesterday.
It didn't take long as it's a very small village but lovely in it's own right.
We treated ourselves to a beer and the local specialty, anchovy, lemon and oil sandwiches. which we were a little nervous about but they were fantastic, even the girls liked them but preferred ...