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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... and then we walked to a leather factory and shop owned by CG ......... , one of 3 Government chosen leather specialists to exhibit at the Shanghai Expo 2010. Excellent quality leather. Lyn bought herself the red leather bag she was after. Must remember to get our tax free invoice stamped at Customs at Paris airport or else we will be charged the tax! We then nearby had a traditional Italian 4 course lunch of ...
... into the mountains, the only difference between it and the many French tunnels before it being the roughly cut walls and minimal lighting.
Upon exiting the tunnel, the French signs morph into Italian; the electronically ran toll barriers become manned by stern Italian workers; and the mountain terraces are dominated by stretches of glasshouses, apparently stocking the many, superior, Italian village markets.
We parked ...
... and we could have a swim. The cold salty water was excellent for the sting and the kids were happy. After a quick swim we went onto our hotel in San Remo which has seen better days but was really good value! We had a swim and a walk into town - kids loving the pizza here in Italy. Hard to get them to eat anything else actually. The beaches are funny with their private sections. No one in this part and everyone else ...
... The fourth and last train was easy to find and we got on without a problem. I've noticed so far that our tickets haven't been checked once. All you do is walk onto your train and hope you're on the right one! I'd like to know how they don't have people sneaking on. Something I've noticed since starting in Barcelona is the buildings colours, in Spain they were brown and dark. In France they were a creamy white colour and in arriving in Italy, the ...