Hotel & Residence Coccodrillo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... Surfers out but not much to catch. Train trip 2 1/2 hrs 6.90€ but only 75km. Milk run. Everything seemed closed an Monterossa- season over. Walked around and saw a sign i recognised from Lonely Planet which turned out to be a letting agency. Took me to block of units- 3 storey with 4 units per level and each unit seems split into 5 separate rooms each with ensuites. Would be noisy and crowded in season but only saw one other person. ...
... under repair. No accom booked and not good weather to go looking...frustrating. Don't know if I want to do this type of travel. Noticed hotel Grand Savoia on hill above station. A recommended hotel but a bit expensive gut it's raining and I need a room. Pleasant girl on reception- room for €105 which is ok. More upmarket than places I have been - plush. Relief Got tourist map and wandered town. A dozen palaces built in 1500s for ...
... used to. We visited the cathedral of San Lorenzo and the Jesus Church both of which were celebrating mass so that restricted our viewing. However we continued our wandering and exploration of the narrow walkways. Crossing the road has some issues as it is so hard to adjust to looking left right left instead of what we are used to. Mary looks every which way and then waits!! We followed our map to the elevator which took us to the lookout over ...
... cries. Oh ****! There goes an entire dinner in Almafi.....No way he says, as he belts downstairs to demand our dirty washing back! I go on the hunt for the closest Laundromat to drop it off to, find my info and return upstairs to find Paul, in the bathroom, hand-washing our bits and hanging them on the towel warmer. It resembled a Chinese laundry. What are you doing???? What does it look like I am doing, he says? Looks like you are washing our clothes in a ...
... it isn’t just the view and a swim in the beautiful bay that make a visit here a must, but also the real sense of history. Built by Greek monks in the 10th century, the abbey was rebuilt after one hundred years and renovated over and over until the 16th century. It is named after the martyr bishop Fruttuoso, killed in Tarragona, in Catalonia, in 259 AD, during the eighth persecution of the Christians, under emperor Valerian. According to ...