Grand Hotel Villa Balbi
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- Swimming pool
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... right on the Mediterranean. It has a restaurant and bar right on the water. We walk downtown at around 10 pm and the town is hopping with families from all over Italy. We have a great pasta meal followed by some gelato (after all, when in Italy...) before calling it a night.
... these tiny villages, we must have missed it. They are simply relaxing and picturesque - perhaps more similar to Naples Island, Long Beach.
We had put off doing the walking tour of Vernazza until after we had seen the other villages of Cinque Terre. By this time we were familiar with the local business district (main street) and the town square lined with its numerous restaurants. The harbor-front church with its ...
... laugh. It turns out that they have gone to school in Vancouver and have a cousin studying in Nanaimo, it really is a small world. 2 1/2 hours back to Milan and we pick up our luggage and have time to eat before our train arrives - this is one place we really know well!
We have booked a first class seat for the trip to Monterosso in the Cinque Terra, as once again we have luggage and this is a longer train ride. ...
... church I notice the side door is open to a room where there is a sign that says "ristoro" or restore in English. In the room there are tables with bottles of water and soda and a donation box. And...best of all a WC (water closet/bathroom). I don't have to go out in the woods!!
Once I'm "restored" I take a seat on one of the benches and have my little quiche for lunch, take some more photos and relax a bit before heading ...
Monday 25th March. We left San Remo this sunny morning on our way to our Easter site at Sestri Levante . We took the Autostrada which hugs the hills along the coast going across viaducts and through tunnels. It is a marvellous piece of engineering.
This time we had no problems with the directions and found our campsite, MareMonti, perched up on the hills overlooking Sestri Levante and the ...