Hotel Residence Mediterraneo
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Travel Blogs from Diano Marina
... oven under the stars. They tried some of the food cautiously even with a suspicious nature just as I said before food is regional and they love the food they know and unsure of whats new.
Mario is a grower and takes his produce to market at 1.30am, they didn't leave our place until midnight and he will be back in the morning at 9am to fix a drain problem - when does this man sleep he appears to live on espresso, cigarettes, grappa ...
... with basil, rosemary, thyme and marjoram that are the fragrance of Ligurian cuisine. This region stretches from the French Border and runs along the coast all the way to La Spezia the end of the famous hill villages of "Cinque Terre." Most Italians call Ligurians “The Scots of Italy” this comes about because subsistence has always been difficult in Liguria, the sea is not generous in these parts and there is very little level soil ...
Great seaside village would have lots to offer if staying for awhile. Just one night. Arrived 12.30 had lunch walked the Main Street, waited in beach girls the rain yo stop and walked back for nonno nap. Accomadation at Albergo La Pineta, is good, nice room, staff and great views. Evening was spent walking back to one of many eating places. Few drinks were had and then back to rest for tomorrow's adventure, back into ...
... be like when they are busy. We managed to find one spot at a place called Santo Stefano al Mare where you could get to a beach that was free so we stopped there to have a little paddle. It was a nice break in the ride. We headed back and decided to stop at the place where we had bought ice creams on the way to have some dinner. It was a great spot overlooking the Med and was almost empty because it was early so we sat ...
... the sea. Soon enough we got to Italy and there was more of the same, I hadn't realised the coastline was so rugged in this area. We had a stop at a rest area for our lunch and it was a really nice set up. It was high on the hills and had terraced areas with picnic benches looking down to the sea so we sat up there and had a nice lunch Jess whipped up for us. Then on to our campsite where the vans are really packed in tight. For some reason in this ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility