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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... were walking along the platform and our guide immediately picked them as pickpockets. She warned us about them, told us not to worry about them as she would keep an eye on them. As soon as the train pulled into the station the two girls made a beeline for our group and our guide got stuck into them. Not much else she could do other than publicly identify them and let everyone on the platform know about them. We arrived at the ...
... and understand some of the articles, and the staff are friendly. I have been going there each morning this week as I’ve had a few early starts, and one of the staff even spoke to me today. Pity I had no idea what she said… but it’s a start.
I’m still trying to organize where I am going to go after here which is taking a bit of time at the moment. With limited internet access, it is ...
... heaven. It was peaceful and incredibly serene. There was nothing. No thoughts, no worries. Just another hot balmy night with twinkling lights and beautiful music.
A stroll back through the town after the concert, led us past someone on the guitar playing eagles songs and another fellow on an accordian somewhere else. As I sit here on my bed there is different music coming through every window. I may just have to shut them to get some sleep ...
... will be eating there often. Delicious and very reasonable..... however we have learnt from now on, we send the bread back as soon as it arrives at the table. No catholic girl guilt about sending food back. They charge a fortune for the bread, that you don't order and actually don't really eat.
It has been a really fantastic day spent with some really special ...
After a big breakfast, we hit the road toward La Spezia. We found a place to park the car for our two nights on the Cinque Terre & caught the train in.
We were staying in the second last town - Vernazza. The Cinque Terre translates to 'Five Lands'. It was originally five fishing villages on the coast. There is a path along the coast you can walk along between towns. On 25 October 2011, when we were still celebrating our win of ...