L'Hostellerie du Golf
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... service machine at stations that have them. Monterosso doesn't have them, and the instructions don't say anything about what to do if this is the case. I am worried about this. When I get to the station there is a very long queue at the ticket office. I takes about fifteen minutes to serve the first person in the queue. I now worry that I won't get to the front of the queue before the train comes. I get to the front of the queue and they print the tickets for ...
... amazing ice cream shop - about 50 varieties of flavours, with the main ingredient displayed at the front of the tub. Think fruit, flowers, alcohol, chocolate types etc! This is so popular that the queue can be 6 to 8 people deep stretched right across the large shop front! We have visited the cathedral which has just undergone a restoration and is spectacular. Through the old town to the sea front and we can wander along ...
... were served ahead of us. Then I remembered reading in one of the many travel books that it's common in this part of Europe that you pay first, get a docket, then proceed to the food counter, that's OK when you know or read a sign - no sign, the kiosk looked like a newspaper/lolly stand not a cashier! Next train was to Genoa, what a disappointment - the rail station was dirty, old and very uninviting for our re-introduction to ...
... ditched them both & was next to Gabe helping herself to his Legos, her older sister soon followed.
After dinner we went to an outdoor night market that was situated next to the water, it didn't have as much as the morning market, but it was nice to stroll around with the warm sea breeze. I don't want to get Gabe in trouble, but he was treated to the candy vendor & then hooked the floating whales for a toy. He's so sweet, walking out ...
... de la Perfumerie. I was skeptical about this but we spent at least one hour and a half there. It told the history but had tubes you could smell the various smells (it confirmed Angela's love of Jasmine), a hot house of the plants that went into making perfume ( and their smells), perfume bottles from BC to today. The village Grasse was lovely, they had hoses over the Main Street that let out perfume vapor, there even a grassed ...