Grande Albergo Sestri Levante
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... it wouldn't be us if we didn't get lost somewhere along the way.
We wandered down to the beach which is grey sandy stuff and rocks, nothing like home beaches but still a beautiful outlook. Found a small alleyway and headed down and stumbled on the other side of the coast and a small inlet with a white sandy beach, how odd to have black rocks on one side of the coast and literally across the road white sandy beaches.
The buildings have been painted to look like there ...
... I didn’t see last time) once again proved elusive and we didn’t make it there, and half the trail section is still closed (just like last year). But even with that, it is an excellent “vacation from the vacation”, a place to just relax and watch time roll by, remembering there is more than the hustle and bustle and rush in which we sometimes allow ourselves to become desynthesized and take for ...
... and could only find a huge disabled one. After squatting over the filthy toilet, the door flung open so I scrambled to lock it again. After having the same thing happen several times I gave up and went back to Sue. I was so grateful that no one was walking along the corridor at the time. By the time I reached my seat I was laughing so much I had trouble telling Sue what happened. We got off the train in La Spezia and had to purchase a ticket to ...
... glad that we got the unlimited travel train card because when you get on the wrong train you don't have to pay to get on the right one later. Oh well, hopefully we will get the hang of train travel by the next town.
The weather was pretty gloomy that day which didn't make for great pictures, but it did keep the tourists crowds a little smaller so we could enjoy the towns a little more like locals. We finally found a few places that ...
As we had to catch the train to Milan then onto Sestri Levante we were up at 6.30 and having breakfast by 7! We got to the station by 8.15 and in plenty of time :)) Got on the train and sat with a couple of American ladies - they were from New Jersey and knew Pennsauken where Aunty Mary used to live and they knew Cherry Hill Mall and the Inn (now knocked down where Alan used to work). We got to Milan at ...