Grand Hotel Mediterranee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... agreed it would be nice to pick up supplies at the supermarket as we pass and have dinner "in" on our last night in Rapallo. Tomorrow we say goodbye to Rapallo, catch the train to Turin, then catch the 6pm bus, across the border into France, and to Chamonix, our ski town. (Yes! says Riley). Will try to relish the "space" in our apartment these last few hours, I have a feeling the Chamonix apartment is going to be quite compact. Buona Notte ...
This morning Abbie slept in past 9am, a lifetime record. All three unwell members got up gingerly, a little achy, but have had an uninterrupted night! The plan for today was to take it very slowly. We could all use the down-time. Michael headed off to explore, while the rest of us were happy to hang around the apartment, very homely. I unpacked and folded clothes, caught up ...
GENOA DAY 2, JUNE 9
Today is warm, 93 degrees. Sun is shining brightly. We decided we would go to the aquarium which is at the port. The whole port area was revitalized in 1992 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus discovering America. He sailed from Genoa to the new world. It was a short walk to the port from ...
... I would stay for the night as the yacht had to sail to a different town for the day. I was so tired I didn't even care. Looking back, it was a bit sketch. Oops. I got to the hotel, exhausted, but me being who I am did not allow sleep when I had authentic Italian food at my fingertips. I walked around and found a small restaurant down one of the alley ways where I got gnocchi that was divine, fresh bread and olive oil that was amazing. Their house red wine, which is ...
... 18 months ago and recent rains the only walking part was from Vernazza to Monterosso. Visited the towns of Manarola, Corniglia and Vernazza by train. At Vernazza we walked the track to Monterosso which I must say was no walk in the park, lots of mud and inclines and people going in the opposite direction, not us of course!!! Although still not in the high tourist season we are not used to crowds and find it challenging, you need lots of patience on these ...