Grande Albergo Sestri Levante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We didn't learn from yesterday and had another sleep in, but this time we didn't regret it. We had a nice relaxing morning, showering, charging our devices and researching our next movements. We went to the little store here on the campsite and bought some prosciutto, croissants, tomato and cream cheese and had a little lunch, then decided that we should explore the local area. We went for a walk following a little track through the neighbouring forest. ...
... altar) side entrance stands like a breakwater protecting the town from evil.
We hiked upward to see the iconic castle situated above our apartment. Each time we sat out on our roof deck we could see people above us looking around from the top of the castle. Today we took in those same awesome views. Looking down we could see our roof deck and the entire piazza. Satisfied that we had formally completed the walking ...
... we find ourselves on a totally different type of train. This one has first class compartments and we are sharing ours with two other couples from the US. The bonus is our very own luggage area in our compartment and they kindly help us get it into the overheads. I am sure they wonder what to make of us. We have not bothered to do our hair, we have absolutely no makeup on and have all our heaviest clothes tied around our ...
... trail mostly to myself.
Once I return to my place here in Vernazza I'm pretty tired so I relax on the terrace for awhile. My peaceful rest is interrupted by the sounds of a siren. Looking down I can see an ambulance and people running towards the long walkway on the waterfront. The walkway is surrounded by big bulky rocks/stones and the waves are sometimes strong there going over the walkway and stones.
We quickly got the van and awning set up and settled down in the sun to take in the view and later on watch the sun go down.
Tuesday 26th We drove down to the town and found a free place to park. The parking over here is governed by the colour of the road markings; white is free but usually limited to half an hour or so, and you have to display a parking ...