Hotel Calypso

Address: Via Matteotti 8, Ventimiglia, Italian Riviera, 18039, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Matteotti 8, Ventimiglia.
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      Travel Blogs from Ventimiglia

      Back to Italy!

      A travel blog entry by kelmichellebell on Dec 26, 2014

      11 photos

      ... They also gave us a bowl of baguette slices, and then a kind of crispy cheesy bread that we dipped in balsalmic. We're not sure why we got the extra cheesy bread but had no complaints. We slowly made our way through our meal, making sure to eat the olives off of our pizza before consuming it because when you order olives on pizza here in France and Italy (presumably all of Europe), they come with pits and stems! Dessert was a given after deciding to take the later ...

      Sunday in Ventimiglia.

      A travel blog entry by woklyn on Sep 15, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... to the old town. Again, it's on the hill, with remnants of the walls still in evidence. The town is still completely inhabited, so as we wandered along we could hear the people in their homes and little shops, and see numerous B and B signs. It would be a killer to stay there, as you'd have trouble finding your place amid the maze of little streets, but then every time you went out it would be a long uphill walk home. It would still be quaint, ...

      Getting to know Ventimiglia (a bit).

      A travel blog entry by woklyn on Sep 12, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... in Liguria are in Vetimiglia??!! The "beach" is typically Italian, pebbles of varying sizes,with occasional areas of charcoal grey sand. Nevertheless, the indomitable Italians faithfully spread their towels and lie in the sun for hours, exposing as much of their bodies as each person deems acceptable. Their dogged pursuit of the compulsory suntan is quite amazing to me. However, Italians definitely have an elegance unlike others. Makes one feel a bit underdressed in travel ...

      John Bonjourno

      A travel blog entry by julesmc on Aug 18, 2013

      3 photos

      ... whenever he wanted to, and that the two people who sat on the table next to him were his bodyguards. Giving weight to this theory, they all did leave at the same time once he had finished his meal. Jimmy's theory was that he was a local who was a loyal and regular customer, and so could have anything he wanted when he wanted. Anyway the point is that he got to eat pasta for breakfast and we didn't. After a five and a half ...


      A travel blog entry by michelleloftus on Jun 26, 2013

      4 comments, 12 photos

      ... brutal! Donna, if you are reading this, Roberta & I were thinking of you that morning. We both commented that we would probably "do a Donna" and wait for 5 minutes on the beach to let all the other crazy swimmers go before entering the water to start the swim. Why not? You've got 16 hours to complete the race - what's 5 minutes??

      The swim was 3.8km and consisted of 2 laps. A first lap of 2.4km and a second lap of 1.4km after the swimmers ...