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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... your own space again and we were so thankful to have an entire apartment to ourselves for the next 3 nights.
After a quick stop to settle in we decided to take a stroll around Monterosso and see if we could capture some of the romantic mystique that it has become famed for, our first impression was being less than enthralled. We strolled past the beach and boulevard and it wasn't there, we walked to the old town through the tunnel and we couldn't find ...
... my culinary tastes, I’m not a huge fan of seafood. Shrimp, escargot, scallops and the stuffed salmon from Costco is about all I can handle. Don’t ask me what possessed me, but I ordered Seafood Spaghetti. For some reason I was expecting a creamy pasta sauce with bits of cut up seafood in it…like something you would get at Olive Garden. I couldn’t have been more wrong. The ...
... to sort things out. He let me put my bags in the room but it wouldn't be ready for another half an hour. He gave me the keys so it was all good, and I was able to look around Monterosso without lugging my bags around. We did a bit of shopping and then the girls decided to head back to Riomaggiore, as they were a little disappointed they couldn't do any of the walk due to the weather. After we said goodbye, I headed up to my room and checked in. It was extremely small, ...
... to take in the views of the coast line and the steep farming terraces along the way. The walk was undertaken at a steady pace and completed in around 2 hours. Dave & Gail Langley became proud Grandparents with the save arrival of Harriott Molly (8lbs), so we had to wet the baby's head with a few ales before heading out to Il Pirata Restaurant with all the ...
... but Paolo is nowhere to be seen. The next 10 minutes are spent fruitlessly searching for him. Then, attempts to find wi-fi, a working public phone or a friendly Italian with a mobile phone reap no rewards. The time is approaching midday. Finally, Gail attracts the attention of a young man who very accommodatingly, phones Paolo on our behalf.
Long story short - he caught the 11.20 am train (must have just been pulling out as we arrived) ...