Lago Bin

Address: Regione Morga Nervia Valley, Imperia, Italian Riviera, 18035, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Regione Morga Nervia Valley, Imperia, is near Hanbury Botanic Gardens (Giardini Botanici Hanbury) and Ventimiglia Old Town.
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    Travel Blogs from Imperia

    Day 180: Au revoir Nice, Hola Barcelona!

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Jan 16, 2014

    ... airport. As we eventually became a little too wet, we decided that we may as well go to the airport early. At least it is dry there. So we made our way there, 4 hours early and had a little picnic inside the terminal. We then chatted, looked in shops, used the internet and attempted to find a couch for Barcelona until it was time to board. We got a little scared because the easyjet app on my phone which shows the boarding passes had ...

    Nice - 12th September 2013

    A travel blog entry by hannahdeb on Sep 12, 2013

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    Nice is the 5th largest city in France and prior to 1860 it was part of Italy. So a lot of restaurants and cafés specialise in pizza and pasta. The most expensive house in the world is located in Nice, at 500 million Euro (approx 700 million aussie) - imagine the land tax........ We were picked up at our hotel at 9am by our tour guide, Peggy. Peggy was a very friendly and a funny lady so she made the tour a lot of fun. There were ...

    The beautiful Nice

    A travel blog entry by karina.evans93 on Jul 06, 2013

    Today we went to Le Chateau in Nice which is a mountain like peak that overlooks all of Nice. There were both lifts and stairs to get to the top but I took the stairs which meant that there were little viewing platforms all the way up. There were quite a few pick pockets as we were going up the stairs. We could tell they were pick pockets because they were the ones standing around not looking a the view and not carrying anything. The view was worth the walk ...

    To have and to have not !

    A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Sep 13, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... idiosyncrasies, the new lot are a joy to be with. How many labradors get the chance to travel through southern Europe, you might ask "how many would want to?". Being in a motorhome on campsites is not without its problems. I do get a little confused over my role. At Little Dilwyn Farmhouse, the area I protected was clearly defined, here, it's not so clear. I have tended to act aggressively when anything ...


    A travel blog entry by npd5050 on Jul 11, 2012

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    ... of working our way down the river through natural tunnels, jumping off rocks into deep water below, riding down natural water slides, etc. Every moment you could look up at the impressive mountains above. The entire time we were joking and having a blast. Rock jumping was the best! The first jump location was about 15 feet with an option for for about 30 feet there after. We all did it and I was the first to bust a sweet move off of it. Pulling a backflip and landing in ...