Hotel Residence Mediterraneo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Residence Mediterraneo Diano Marina
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... gigantic duck breast, mashed spuds, some yummy rose ...perfect way to spend lunch, whilst watching life go by. Home to chill and have some me time, pack and get my **** together for leaving the apartment in the morn supa early...**** must be time for a G and T and take in my last visuals from the verandah !! 9pm hits and it seems like the right time to ...
... with nice sticky stuff! We got our beach bag ready and did the 700m walk to the beach. It was a cracker of a little beach quite busy but we found a nice spot near the back... (We were very pleased we did as later some huge rollers came in a washed people's towel away! Lmao! ) we spent the day in and out of the water which was great fun as the waves were maHuusive and had fun riding them in and watching other people ...
... t have our trusty Alan Rogers Italy book with us and only our Europe one which has led sites than the dedicated country ones, we decided that we'd just rock up to the lake and find a campsite on arrival!! This proved to be a bad idea as it turned out that the bit of Como we had arrived at was a bit **** to be honest and not massively touristy!! I had a Google to find something close by but there was only 1 and it had awful reviews, the other one was ...
After a really good breakfast this morning - finally I didn't have to eat bread! Had so much selection - eggs, cheese, fruit, yogurt, and a pile of other things. What a relief. I have been forcing my self to eat bread with lots of butter every morning since that's all there was, and I didn't want to run out of energy while hiking. I am writing this on the train to Riomaggiore, Italy (Cinque Terre). Thanks to the Eurail trip planner app I was able to ...
... interminable stalls selling every garment imaginable.
There were some nice Italian hand-made shoe stalls but they didn't appear to be bargains - prices were lower than in normal shops but not by that much.
Every 100 metres or so, you'd see what I imagine must have been an illegal immigrant selling curiosities and electronic toys - quite pathetic as they look so forlorn displaying their wares and nobody ...