Hotel Due Mari
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... was an easy morning of travel into Italy. The second we crossed the border, we knew we were not in Kansas anymore. :) The buildings and Italian landscapes were very much what we had been imagining. Arriving at the Sestri Levante train station, it was a very short walk to our hotel. Our room greeted us with a lovely sea view room with balcony and a bottle of Italian Prosecco. Little did we know ...
... can be a little expensive compared to what you get. Today is my last full day of vacation! Only 3 days until I am back in the United States. This Italy and Greece, while short, excursion has been a great experience, but it was just perfect for me as a solo traveler. Had I been with other people, it may have been nice to stay in each place longer. A day trip to Milan is planned for tomorrow, and I will be back in Brussels before the sun goes down! Now, it’s off to the see the sunset! ...
... wanted to sleep. Once in Venice we found our accommodation really easily. I was stoked to find "Nicola" the "woman" I had been emailing was actually "NEEEEcola" - a gorgeous Italian man. Our accommodation overlooked the main lagoon in Venice so we didn't venture far that night, just as well because we were both pretty shattered.
The next day began at San Marco - the church and square dedicated to St Mark, one of the evangelists (guy who wrote the bible) ...
Day 4 - Part 2
After we crossed the italian border there is not much to add - from ther border to San Remo traffic was absolutly impossible and we simply had to take the motorway. We left in Genova crossed the city and headed for Sestri Levante hoping to find a nice little town to stop and have lunch. But we found not many restaurants by the road were open, there wasn't a single parking place - most towns lacked live (cars parked ...
... After getting cleaned up, I went to a local bar for an Aperitif while I watched some of the USA-Ghana game. Oh, and there was some weird parade going on with guys in costumes and horses and stuff. I still don't know the reason behind it. But anyways, then I went back to the hostel where I was greeted with a feat of Italian food! The reason? One of the guys that was staying at the hostel (Also an American) found out his credit card stopped working ...