Hotel Punta San Martino
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of tourists and a few locals to be seen. After checking out what was on offer, chose a tiny bar/cafe right on the water's edge for a coffee and home made tea cake with apple, delicious. We needed some food to fortify us for the hike to Coniglia, next village north. We start our walk on a sloping pathway, stopping for a few snaps looking back at the main settlement, then we head around the point and come across a padlocked gate blocking ...
... generally got a little sorted. Feeling relaxed. By 1pm some of us needed a meal. The sick ones voted to stay put while Michael, Ellen and I went out for a stroll and to find a restaurant for lunch. Rapallo is quiet, and small, and there's no selfie stick sellers! Very pretty. Think Doc Martin's seaside village, Portwenn. As the afternoon rolled on, with card games, ...
I didn't get up early, and I wasn't hungry, maybe because of the big Fernets the night before. It had been raining so I stayed in bed for a bit longer and didn't check out until about 10 am.
It was still grey, windy and a little colder that the previous day, but I was looking forward to heading up towards Genoa and Alassio where I spent so much time in the water with my mask, snorkel and fins when I was a kid. I wanted to see if I could with "Anna's" - ...
... sea near my feet. An extra large wave surged over the wall. I saw it coming and turned to run but wasn’t quick enough. I held onto Chris and stopped him from getting out of the way too. Luckily for him he only got one shoe wet. The full force of the wave hit me in the back, shot up my back under my coat and soaked me from the waist down. To make it worse, the water swirled around my feet filling my shoes – the ...
... is not crazy about the octopus in it and the fact that it is all shellfish, one shrimp, and quite a bit of calamari. There is even what I think is snail in it. One thing we both notice is how not fishy it tastes. The seafood as well as most other food we have had here is just so fresh that it all tastes better than what we have in the U.S. We can especially tell the difference in the seafood. After dinner we join the passagieta and also stop for a gelato. Getting ...