Grand Hotel Europa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hotel Europa Lerici
Great Hotel with a beautful view to the city and bay. Breakfast was very good and dinner too!
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Travel Blogs from Lerici
... br> After a picnic lunch overlooking the village I take the local bus back to Lerici. There is nowhere to buy a ticket, so naturally I ride at the pleasure of the city council.
Arriving in Lerici, I descend from the bus just as the family is passing along the promenade after their relaxing day. We exchange reminiscences; have a coffee break and do a little shopping at the local supermarket, and then ascend on the faithful “S” back to our abode. ...
... colder than I thought it would be but didn't cause anaphylactic shock, which was a result.
Lunch was on a veranda below the castle overlooking the bay. It doesn't really get much better than this does it ? We sipped some wine and ordered the seafood and very good it was too. I dare say that if it had been anywhere else, we'd have been filling in Mortgage applications to pay the bill, but this being Italy it was ...
... YUM! The second day I had pretty much to myself as Cory had to stay back to study up for a job interview! They had contacted Cory a few days before to organize a phone interview. Needless to say we had a bit of running around to do beforehand to make sure they could call reach him! So I left Cory to his own devices and went exploring by myself. I caught the ferry to the next town along the coast called Manarola. The view of the coast from the boat was ...
... or restaurants open along the main street, via Roma. We then got on the train to Monterosso to do our laundry. It turns out the lavandaria washes and drys the laundry for you! While the laundry was being done we got some gelato and sat along the coast and were hypnotized by the waves. The gelato this time was mixed berries, good stuff! We checked out the war bunker perched on the rocks off the sea side and went to lunch at Ristorante Ely. The pizza ...
The Golfo di Poets:
The Gulf of La Spezia is called the Gulf of Poets because of its attraction to some of the world's most celebrated poets who came, and even died, here. Shelley lived in the village of ...