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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... your tickets to Toulouse so by the time we checked into the hostel it had started to get a bit dreary. We decided we'd go anyway, and all got our bathers and headed to just check out the beach. As soon as we left it started raining heavily, so we retreated to an incredibly expensive cafe where we all had terrible coffee. I finally had the affogato I'd been craving but it was severely lacking in Icecream. After that we decided we'd just walk down to the beach and have a geeze. ...
... We had to wait an hour for the next one to go back so we decided to grab a cappucino in the only bar/cafe that was open in this ghost village. Lefty and John were sitting at another table and started conversation with us. They offered to drive us in their rental car to our village becaause they were going that way and were clearly very generous. Usually we say no to strangers but they seemed very genuine and nice, and, why not! I don't like to pass up opportunities to meet new ...
... t pay their bill. I saw them acting funny but didn't take much notice, but when they took off running down the road I figured that's what happened. The waitress didn't realise until she came and cleaned their table. The poor woman was very distraught. The bill was 51 euros. Dirty rotten scoundrels, that's so slack. I'm sure it happens lots. You don't take your money up, they don't like it. You leave it on the table in the little dish they provide. Karma will get ...
... of the border between Italy and France. The day was HOT… HOT …and after walking the Esplanade along the ocean , with many folk already sunbathing an swimming on its stony beach , we came to the ‘little white train’…These are very reasonable in price, and give a great overview quickly of an area. SO on it we jumped - travelling to the Italian border and back up through the medieval quarter… still very populated, and the little train only ...
... last town. So the plan was to get up early, get a train to the town we could walk from, do the walks between the towns and then spend the rest of the day in Monterosso where you could swim on a proper sand beach. Unfortunately after getting on the wrong train a few times, it took us a while to finally get to where we wanted to be. The first walk, however, was truly amazing with beautiful views of the towns, sea and coastline along the way. After spending a ...