Grande Albergo Sestri Levante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 ...
... all fresh spoons, just easier to grab than the other ones in the bin. Lizzie further proved her point by noting that there was nowhere else to put the used spoon. Until I stepped aside and revealed a trash can to her. Still not convinced, she looked at me scornfully and threw her spoon into the rubbish bin as the shopkeeper finished scooping her strawberry gelato. The woman rolled her eyes at Lizzie because she was a wasteful American. She could have used that spoon to eat her gelato, ...
... t spend a massive amount of time here because the rain didn’t let up too much but enough time to get the typical photos with the Tower. Also managed to get a game of scenic cards in on the lawn during a dry spell. We made the most of the clearing weather that evening and got some pizza and seafood for dinner along with some cheap longnecks and watched the sun set on the rocks. Ended up meeting some French Canadians on the rocks that escalating ...
... requests to Steve to keep looking back to make sure I was still on the bloody track!! Started to wonder how old the treckers were when they actually started this damn walk. Maybe they had been young like me. Steve and I usually do about 7 km per hour on our walks. It took 2 hours to do 4 km. I always thought Base Camp was in the Himalayas but its not. It's Monterossa. Having said all of that I wouldn't have missed it..... But ...
... 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. ...