- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on street front closed but one open on station platform- no sign suggesting try upstairs...just closed. All walking trails closed due to weather conditions. No indication when they will open. Bugger! Will hang around in morning and see if they open. Don't like chances cause it's still sprinkling light rain so they won't dry out. Don't know what to do- looking forward to staying in one place for a few days- walk along coast and catch train ...
... under repair. No accom booked and not good weather to go looking...frustrating. Don't know if I want to do this type of travel. Noticed hotel Grand Savoia on hill above station. A recommended hotel but a bit expensive gut it's raining and I need a room. Pleasant girl on reception- room for €105 which is ok. More upmarket than places I have been - plush. Relief Got tourist map and wandered town. A dozen palaces built in 1500s for ...
... used to. We visited the cathedral of San Lorenzo and the Jesus Church both of which were celebrating mass so that restricted our viewing. However we continued our wandering and exploration of the narrow walkways. Crossing the road has some issues as it is so hard to adjust to looking left right left instead of what we are used to. Mary looks every which way and then waits!! We followed our map to the elevator which took us to the lookout over ...
... as "picture perfect" they must have see this place first. It is better than the post card! (Which is probably a good thing, seeing as we have spent the children's inheritance to get here). We met some lovely people from Ireland on the ferry, who have a villa right near Nice, and they invite us to visit them next year, with promises of great times either in France or Ireland. The walk up to the castle is worth every step, as is the cafe at the top. Castello Brown ...
... water for the pasta, don't add the salt until the water has come to a boil . . . Never use heavy tomato sauces when you are serving ravioli - it should be served "naked" or with a very light butter sauce or the preferred way is to cook it and then serve it up in a bowl of fine red wine! :-) We are thinking we might get out our little machine and whip up some pasta when we get home!
And then we headed to his family dining room for dinner! An amazing dinner ...