Nyala Suite Hotel San Remo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... security and all bags, hats, cameras and passports were to be left in the Coat Room until your return.
After the casino we decided that we would head back to Nice, however the next train back at that late hour was not until around 11:30, so the group decided to go sit down by the marina for the next 45min where we all just chilled, listened to music and wasted time. We returned to Nice around 12:30am and as this was to be our last night in Nice, we said our farewells to ...
... I didn't get hit with excess baggage flying out of Perth. One bike, two pairs of undies and a large empty suitcase later (so much for all that suitcase research!) the maxi, maxi, maxi taxi arrived and we hit the road for Perth International Airport.
Arriving 4.5 hrs prior to departure has its benefits when travelling with oversized (and potentially excess) luggage. Felt as thought I should have "wide birth" and "give way" signs strapped to my ...
... say the Ric*******’s were unimpressed – but when in Rome (or some hick town Italian camping ground) ………
Sunday morning we were off early to head to Clinque Terre – which is part of a national park that spans 18km of plunging cliffs and vine covered hills. The main attraction is 5 villages that are essentially built into the cliffs and are joined by a 9km walkway – you can also take ...
... when it was over... For those of you who don't know, most people or trains in Italy don't have air-conditioning. We also came across this in France and Switzerland. Honestly, it wasn't a big deal because the weather was nice or we got a fan. However, I can't say the same for San Remo. We not only had no fan or cross breeze to speak of, but we also had the privilege of being there for one of the hottest weeks they had seen in ...
... the world and a giant platter of essentially raw seafood. Those components that were cooked must have been so days ago, and the other components (clams, mussels, snails) were raw. The pasta, thank god, was the primary redeeming factor, mainly in that it was a known quantity. After sizing up the raw (familiar) seafood my enthusiasm for the less well known items (sea snails, snails and strange other creatures in shells) dampened quickly. My stomach ...