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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mondial Moneglia
Travel Blogs from Moneglia
... several hundred steps and made the train with about 5 minutes to spare. Since we were back in La Spezia earlier than planned, we wandered around town (just about everything was closed for siesta), but we found some gelati for the boys and went down to the marina, it's quite a nice town and not very touristy. Very tired so an early night and tomorrow we are heading to Florence by train with a stop off in Pisa to check out the ...
... I had been when I slept outside in France, plus the noise of the waves crashing on the beach wasn't a bad thing to nod off to.
The Cinque Terre walk itself was a substantial anticlimax. All but one section of the coastal path was closed off for repairs. The only section walkable was Vernazza to Corniglia, which I did with all my gear loaded up. One American woman marvelled at the feat and joked that her husband, carrying a small rucksack containing just two bottles of ...
... was a woman at the shop who is originally from NYC but has lived here for 14 years and she was full bottle on Italy and the local area. She told us that many of the grapes are harvested by hand during September, which must be such hard work, as the hillsides are sheer. She also said that some of the grapevines are one hundred years old! I also discovered some more doors to add to my door photos collection. Dunno what it is that fascinates me about doors, but they grab ...
... also old stone buildings dotted along the paths. We aren't sure if they were storage of goods or if people possibly could have slept there.
Once we reached Varlosta we thought we might have a reprieve. But we were wrong. What was amazing, though, was that if we hadn't of taken this detour, as we now lovingly called it, we wouldn't have had the most amazing views ever. I don't know how high up we were, but let me tell you. The water is so clear, I mean so clear, that ...
... pretty town after pretty town on the Italian Riviera.
Drive. Find pretty town Noli. Nowhere to park to even attempt to find a place to stay. When we double park Kerry finds no vacancies. Tourist information state that there’s nothing on, events, festivals etc it’s just because it’s a Saturday and they apparently are VERY busy…
Same again, and again.
Now it’s 4pm and we’ve not ...