Hotel Venezia La Spezia
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... all these areas. If you want to do private tours, they are easy to come by and are also reasonably priced. The city itself is vibrant with excellent outdoor eateries serving great Neapolitan food at very reasonable prices. We never felt unsafe here and happily walked the streets at night. This place has a real buzz after dark. The beggars were few and not obvious and there were no 'in your face' street sellers.
Our apartment was a ...
... in golden hour light.
I couldn’t persuade the kids to hang around till the sun actually set
though for my photos so we headed back to a restaurant we had seen on
the way there for our dinner.
We had heard the pool was open in the evening as a special event and the children were keen for a moonlight swim so when we got back we all headed ...
... it is pretty much the same. It was a great I place to visit because there were hardly any tourists around. The beach is quite large and you can surf there, although it was flat as a tack the day we went. We drove down into the village and the drive had was amazing. We basically went down roads in the hills behind the Cinque Terre which meant you had the most magnificent views of the coastline and the villages, that you just ...
... The meal was absolutely delicious, one of the best of the trip so far. Sukh had a lasagna and a local beer, while I had an amazing seafood pasta with a local wine. The pasta was so, so, so good! It had spaghetti cooked perfectly al dente and tons of seafood (prawns, clams, mussels, calamari and even a baby octopus!), with tomatoes and olive oil. I ate it so fast I didn't even snap a photo for the blog. We also tried some ...
... Centre (Spa/sauna/Massage) and a superb restaurant called Bianco. Needless to say, drinks by the glistening pool with complementary canapés, followed by a facial for myself (and a massage for Steve), makes a girl feel spoilt and very relaxed.
Our evening meal was in the Bianco restaurant overlooking the pool, lit by large white candles. The boutique resort hotel is charming and personal, and so are the staff. Everywhere ...