Hotel Tigullio et de Milan
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tigullio et de Milan Santa Margherita Ligure
A very nice and comfortable hotel located close to the train station and main town square. It has a very nice atmosphere and a good choice of foods for breakfast
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... apart from a tinsy bit that Saacha has caused), no unwanted encounters, no worries, not having to look over my shoulder all the time and to be able to step out every day and just be happy, has been the greatest gift of all. I know it is a very self indulgent thing I have done here and that the world is full of people who need to be able to do this, but I am so so grateful for the opportunity and for the help of my poor parents who are ...
... contact, she laughed and nodded that she got it. I am going to see if I can get her to say hello every day from now on.
Success number 3….. We visit the tourist bureau on a very regular basis, to find out what is on etc etc and the same deal. It is the same lady working in there and she just pretends she has never seen us before, every time we go in. Well today I went to ask her if she could help me as I wanted to make ...
... first train out and got of at Levanto. Cathy, Bada and Ellen had just stayed there and enjoyed it,
sooooo off we toddled.
Well, we loved it. It
is a real surfing spot. Not quite
like ours but as close as we’re going to get I suspect. Very casual, lots of young people and
lots of bars and cafes. We swam,
shopped, lay on the beach, (not too rocky actually) and decided to stay for
dinner. We had apparatives at ...
... to treat ourselves, and have dinner out. Pizza and a small bottle of local red. The waiter couldn’t understand that we were sharing a pizza as everyone, even the young kids, have a pizza to themselves. The pizza’s are much larger than our family size ones and they are not cut into triangles, but served with a knife and fork. It really was delicious, but again, it was watching ...
... being closed on Sundays! Cinque Terre is a collection of 5 little villages set picturesquely along the coast of north-west Italy. Only in the last few decades have the towns been connected by the train line. Before the only way to visit your neighbors was to take the walking trails between the towns along the coast and into the mountains - now a huge drawcard for tourists! Our first full day in Cinque Terre we did the walk between Monterosso al Mare and ...