Locanda del Cigno Nero
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Alps and the Apennines. Longitudinally it extends from the border with France and the French Riviera (or Côte d'Azur) near Ventimiglia (a former customs post) to Capo Corvo (also known as Punta Bianca) which marks the Eastern end of the Gulf of La Spezia and is close to the border with Tuscany. The Italian Riviera thus includes nearly all of the coastline of ...
... I got back in the car again. Because I didn't take any photo's today I thought I would share some of Dave's foodie snaps he has been taking. Mitch always wants to know what we have eaten when we are away, so Dave has been taking a photo of everything that we eat! It was driving me crazy at first, but now it's just funny. We are those stupid tourists taking photos of their dinner that we normally laugh at! So enjoy our many platters of mixed meat, cheese, cappuccino's and ...
... walking around, I'm remembering what to say and do. A good Italian breakfast this morning, apart from the coffee - machine made, yuk, croissants and lots of pastries, ham, cheese, egg, juice and water so should keep me going until tonite with perhaps a gelato along the way, because I'm here you know. It's hot, have walked for 2 hours so now back to the hotel to get my bag and along to the train station to find the bus (I know) to get to ...
... You will be interested to know that the crusaders brought back John the Baptists ashes and they are in the church of St Mary of the Vineyard.This church also contained a large British bomb which fell on the church during Sunday mass and didn't explode.
There are 40 palaces in Genoa. We visited one which contained elaborate ceilings that contained both one dimensional paintings which orphed into ...
... train. Once we were there, we started walking around and exploring the beautiful port city. We got some lunch (which we were not exactly pleased with, at least I wasnt) and then continued to explore. We walked in some palaces and saw a lot of amazing, old architecture, but I honestly dont know what I was looking at half the time. Eventually we found the only horizontal and vertical elevator in the world that we took up to a castle perched on a hill. We toured ...