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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hillside. Curling around the base is a 25km bike and walking path that tracks the coast as far as Imperia, following the course of a former railway line and passing through the town's two character-filled harbors. We needed to be transported to the dock with a Tender (a small passenger launch) as large ships can't dock here. In fact very ...
... the tunnels. Many homes often perched way up high on the hills & mountains. It was about a 4 hour journey till just past Genoa we drove near the San Remo area on the Italian Riviera to our hotel at the Castellaro Golf Resort. The final road was very hair raising, up & down a narrow winding road, often forcing other cars to retreat! Apart from this dangerous road for a coach, the hotel is great ~ a 4 star with a pool ...
... and hills back across to the sea. Fresh, hand rolled and cut spinach pasta and intense, unnameable orange-brown mushrooms, both from the markets of Ventimiglia; real, thick cream from a tiny French village passed on the return drive; and red onions, shallots, beetroot greens, daylily buds and herbs from the gardens at La Mouissone combined to offer a delicious infusion of Mediterranean flavours to be accompanied by a velvety red ...
... Cians, which we have on good authority is "trés jolie".
My preference was then to hang a left and go back towards La Tour, and pick up our carefully planned route, and the one which our guide book recommends. However the stoker and the proprietor convince me that it's better to take the M6202. I'm a bit concerned that instead of having an elevation profile, we have a rough translation that once we reach Puget-Théniers the road is a bit "up and down". ...
... kilometres a big group of cyclists went past us. It was pretty clear from their terrible "Bonjours!" that they were English. They were cycling from Aix les Bains to Nice in 3 days. Ouch! That's impressive even though they had support vehicles and no luggage to haul. I recognised the colour of the jersey of one of the guides and figured out he was from PIE - an events company that is also supporting the coast-to-coast ride through Yorkshire, which we're doing in a few weeks time. Quite ...