Address: Via G. Ruffini, 21 - Corso Orazio Raimondo 143, San Remo, Italian Riviera, 18038, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via G. Ruffini, 21 - Corso Orazio Raimondo 143, San Remo, is near San Remo Casino, La Pigna, Corso dell'Imperatrice, and Silver Valley (Valle Argentina).
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    Travel Blogs from San Remo

    The Cities of Monaco and Monte Carlo

    A travel blog entry by pverco on Aug 01, 2014

    8 photos

    ... up hill further through the old streets to the palace. This is quite a large building, however not of the ilk of many of the palaces in Europe. It probably is magnificent inside, however we did not get to see that. We saw the changing of the guard which added a little additional interest. We then had an hour of free time to roam the streets on Monaco (the old city), including the maginficent views over the marinas with the massve number ...

    French Riviera & Monaco

    A travel blog entry by anita-and-shaun on Apr 19, 2014

    44 photos

    ... a night out in Monaco with the rest of the topdeck group. We went and visited the castle of the prince of Monaco, the church that Grace Kelly was married in and we went along the Grand Prix race track. We also went to the grand casino in Monte Carlo, there was so many flash cars there even more so then in Dubai! Unfortunately we didn't win anything at the casino but it was a bit of fun ...

    Eze is not easy, Monaco is a rock

    A travel blog entry by aniemi on Nov 14, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... The White Penitents work in hospitals, the Black Penitents bury the poor, the Red Penitents feed the homeless, and the Blue Penitents- I don’t know what they do. The saw an office of the White Penitents in Eze

    In Eze we visited a church which was built by the Jesuits. The guide pointed out a pulpit that had a fake arm sticking out from it holding a crucifix. He said that the Jesuits liked to talk a lot and standing ...

    On the Road Again

    A travel blog entry by tamrin on Jul 18, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... tidy up. We also decided to look at things we had bought and put them carefully away for the next part of our trip.
    Friday morning, having worked out where we wanted to visit in Milan we retraced our steps to the station and once again found ourselves out in front of the Duomo. This time we managed to get a closer look but due to renovations it was closed to the public so it was on to finding the Berra Fine Arts Museum and ...

    Day 8 - Saturday 13th July

    A travel blog entry by peter_stanton on Jul 13, 2013

    2 photos

    ... Bouche and we both chose fish, Heidi had Sea Bass in minestrone broth and I had Turbot with the most tasty roasted tomatoes. The fusion of taste was delicate yet complimentary without distracting from the fish, this was cooking at its very best. I had a glass of Puligny Montrachet, Bourgogne Blanc, Le trezin. We had a half bottle of Chateaux Simone from the ...