La Riserva di Castel d'Appio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews La Riserva di Castel d'Appio Ventimiglia
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... and hills back across to the sea. Fresh, hand rolled and cut spinach pasta and intense, unnameable orange-brown mushrooms, both from the markets of Ventimiglia; real, thick cream from a tiny French village passed on the return drive; and red onions, shallots, beetroot greens, daylily buds and herbs from the gardens at La Mouissone combined to offer a delicious infusion of Mediterranean flavours to be accompanied by a velvety red ...
... references. The whole package! Plus there are the usual Brydon and Coogan impersonations... And plenty of Michael Caine. After our lovely dinner... We walked along the "strand" into town... Lights...people... Music... And a band singing "Hey Brother" in Italian on a stage in the middle of town, surrounded by heaps of people. It was a bit weird to be honest... And we couldn't work out what they ...
... with flickering neon sign in much the same condition; and like Indiana Jones, we were not sure if we would come out alive. We were delighted to see our exit and began the winding climb up the mountain; the relief evident when we started to pass cute terraced houses and tomato plants. At the top (and with the camping arrow near) we deserved a coffee, stopping briefly to rejoice in our survival of the last few hours…It was very short lived.
... does. Like other hill towns in the southern France, it was situated in a strategic position, and was originally very well fortified, as a protection against possible invading armies. Now it's just a fascinating little town, with beautiful stone buildings, steep cobblestone streets, lots of shops selling very lovely clothes, perfume, (Eze is the home of Fragonard), and other desirable stuff. There are of course lots of fine restaurants, but we had our picnic of ...
After an extremely smooth voyage from Marseilles, we arrived early in the morning at Monaco. So smooth that Shirley did not need her anti-sea-sickness bands! As we entered the harbour, we saw below us lots of expensive cruisers and yatchs moored in marina. Probbly more than a billion dollars worth. We berthed only 5 minutes walk from the town. We quickly found a small tourist ...