TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Italia Moneglia
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... minutes to cook in the woodfired ovens, and in no time we headed back up to the apartment to have dinner, curious to see what he had created for us. Of all the ingredients he could have used, he decided to settle on .... chickpeas! We all had a laugh and decided we would just stick to picking something off the menu. We ended the night playing card games - memory and cheat, with Net winning quite a few rounds if cheat. You can trust get as far as you can throw her this ...
... and chairs outside under a covered pergola- I bet that would be a lovely spot in summer.
We had to bribe the kids tonight, as they have ordered Penne Pasta with just tomato sauce every night since we have been in Italy! They need to have more protein- so tonight they went for Penne Bolognaise, and they were allowed to have extra screen time tonight.
Whoever said that parents should not resort to bribery, obviously never had any kids of heir own!
... the place - got sorted and Jol has scraped his new paint job we found busy and kel surprise friendly and had nice meals of 'Tourist menu’ of fish and Spag bol and ice cream for the nervous passenger….well it is my comfort food!
Our friendly waiter tells us of a good bar and we head off there till 1-ish having Sprist and German? beers. Jol asks if they have any Italian beer and the waiter states that they have ...
... was one of the best meals I have had in Italy so far. The gnocchi was soft and the pesto was unreal. I was extremely happy with my choice that night. Katie and I got gelato and then made our way up to the train station that would get us back to La Spezia. We were both exhausted when we finally made it back to our hotel room around 11 that night.
Our room was tiny and the bed was hard as a rock but I fell asleep so fast it didn't even matter. ...
... sleep – something we needed as the next day we would hit the trail of 5terre.
I could tell that Stacy was a little nervous about doing the trail. If you haven’t been there before the notion of hiking 9km over 5+ hours through 5 towns in the summer-like sun on tiny trails that drop off into the ocean hundreds of feet below with throngs of other people, can seem like no-so-much fun. But Stacy is a trooper and off we went.
The first leg of the ...