- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Frabosa Soprana
... back to the hotel. John was doing some computer stuff for Andrew so we others all went to the beach. A curious arrangement - each hotel or restaurant "owns" a section of beach from the promenade to the near the water's edge. You can walk the water's edge but not sunbake on the beach unless you pay! For 11 Euros each ($16) we got to use the hotel beach, umbrellas, lounges, showers and toilets, beach ...
... the 7th floor with fabulous views of the coast. Then out to dinner overlooking the Mediterranean. The others tried a local cocktail with Campari, not a great hit. Makes you feel like a real tourist, joining all the other, mostly Italian, tourists walking along the promenade. Great to stay in a hotel too - Grand Hotel Spiaggia (Grand Beach ...
... shops where we purchased some holiday **** :-) Lucy found an indoor funfair ride and Betty won a grabber game prize. Benji purchased a snorkel set and impressed the German van next to us as he strutted out flippers and all. They slowly began an England chant with a slow clap as he progressed to the rocks. Flippers abandoned he dived in, i actually think he was trying to impress the teenage girl in the next door van. Benji surprisingly staying in ...
... for parking then a small mortgage on a lunch. We’re sure Portofino is nice but it’ll just have to wait for when we can sail in!
Instead we stopped at a small but very pretty and colourful 1920's-esque bay called Santa Margherita and had a lovely lunch and stroll before the sky told us it was time to get back to the car or face a soaking of our lives! ...
... trusty Ford to Peidmont, extending our visit for just two more days ….. well worth it as the lunch time delicacies were sublime, especially the Sunday lunch at Annunziata . Ramo and I had been In the Alba/Asti area about 20 years ago, but had no idea the treasures which could be found there! We thought it was all about roses!
More wonderful memories and, as usual, a continuation of our wine education!
Thank you to Warren and Janet!