Hotel Firenze E Continentale La Spezia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Great room, good service
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... of Graces). The monastery and its Church were built in the 15th century on an older Cistercian hermitage by Olivetan monks. The layout of the monastery underwent substantial transformations once the monks were driven out in 1798 and from then on the Church started being used as a parish church too.
At the center of the village you can enjoy the shady pine wood that in summer is ...
... 8217; and once climbed, we are at 2000’ above the sea. I caught a photo of a rain squall just off the coast. We also came across this chapel. The trail was rugged in this area with large uneven rocks and boulders to navigate. This hike was also challenging because of the heavy rain which included ten minutes or so of hail and a 15 degree temperature dropped. We were soaked and cold but loving it all! Once at the ...
... One had been travelling for 18 months and the others for around 8 months. Their travels sounded great. Pete returned after quite a long time and joined me in a beer. One of the brothers at Il Pirata is very entertaining and has a great sense of humour. We thought we would come back here for dinner. Next up was a stroll around town – which is absolutely lovely. The town is surrounded on all sides mostly by vineyards all on terraces but every tiny inch of dirt is used for ...
... up to relax into a chilled out evening. After a devastating realisation that the Italian apartment I was in didn't have a bottle opener (I mean...come on!!), another backpacker saved me and helped open it (the knife I was digging into the cork didn't work!!). So, the lasagne and fresh foccacia and salad were hitting the spot, the great view and a 1.5L bottle of red wine (I never do thigns by halves!!) made ...