Grande Albergo Sestri Levante
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... put the metal grill over the coals and set to work barbecuing the sausages. A few split sausages later we added the onion and capsicum, and after an hour since the potatoes had gone in, dinner was ready. The potatoes were absolutely perfect - browned and crispy on the outside, soft in the middle, and that smokey flavour you only get with a fire, just gorgeous. The vegetables were pretty nice as well, the capsicum had roasted up nicely in spots, but ...
... a narrow cobbled lane leading to an old stone church on the harbour entrance along with other biuldings and a walled castle a little further around. Every second shop was selling fresh pesto, multi -coloured dry pasta and rolled up rounds of fresh tagliatelle to cut as you desire, cooked and flavoured with pesto. Guess what Daryl is trying to find for dinner tonight! The Ligurian area is known for growing basil hence the abundance of ...
... to Monterosso and down the other side to a town, which I'm guessing was Levanto (another village - not included as one of the five in CT but just around on the other side of the cliff face). We passed a few people on the tracks who all looked much more professional than us with walking sticks, fill to the brim back packs and proper shoes. Dad got the most looks in his jandals and singlet combo. When we got towards the point directly above Monterosso about 2 hours later, ...
... Unfortunately when the boat arrived we were told that it had been cancelled due to the sea being too rough so instead we had a wander around and found a place to have lunch which was even better as they had London Pride on tap, my first taste of bitter since we left the UK.
They paint a lot of their buildings to look like real stone with fancy stonework around the windows. ...
... across a vibrant, bustling tourist stop that greeted us with imbibing tourists and social locals. Yes Vernazza is still on its way to recovery, but "before" photos displayed along the main drag proved a contrast of the town's constructive strides. Although it takes all of 5 minutes to walk from one end of town to the other, we never once found ourselves bored and ready to leave. We ...