La Riserva di Castel d'Appio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Along the coast in Italy is a cute little town, Ventimiglia. They host a street market every Friday that has over 500 stalls that sit along the city streets and along the lungomare, coast. We took the train that stops about a half mile from our home there and then back that night. It was about an hour train ride, we sat on the top level of the train and enjoyed the countryside sights along the way. Taking the train cost us 36.50 Euro round trip for both tickets.
Italy wants France to join their railway and France don't want a bar of it!....so the result is.. if you want to purchase a train ticket from one country to the other you (purchase online of course) or you have to purchase one to the border and buy your ongoing ticket from there!!
We had a super day over the border in Italy at Ventimiglia....Friday markets ...seemed to be the same band of people ...
... asked where we planned to stay that evening. “No idea yet”. And with that he said “I take you to the perfect place, it is an old old village in Italy with a community who eat vegetarian food” – “Ah, OK, sure”. He called them, booked us in and offered to drive us there. In this split moment, some people might be cautious or shy, but we are like curious excitable children – we basically said, “Yes ...
... appartment in Rapallo!! I hope there's a market there. Everything seems to be 2€ a kilo, about $3, which again makes it all so tempting. Eventually we made it to Dolceaqua. It has a picturesque old stone bridge which leads into an ancient town built on the side of a precipitous slope leading up to the inevitable ruined fortress/castle. Once you enter the town, the streets are little tunnels weaving through between the houses, as you ascend the ...
... keys to this bus boy who parked it very very carefully while the guy was probably already ordering an entree in a restaurant! After this we essentially walked through town towards the train station to go back to Nice via designer stores!
After having to revive graeme by feeding and watering him, and finding some aircon to sit in, we took an open air bus tour around nice. There were quite a few interesting sights but the most memorable were the port ...