Nyala Suite Hotel San Remo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... proud of our achievement that I bought us both Aperol Spritzer cocktails to celebrate. I never realised the ‘spritzer’ part was actually sparkling white wine (or champagne?). As the lady opened the bottle I thought ‘oh no!’ Not only do I not drink but I definitely never drink champagne. There may have been some giggling on the way home and while shopping for supplies at the local Lidl. Just a little.
... swim but very challenging bike course. Maybe one day when we are retired and rich we can come back and base ourselves in the Pyrenees for some specific hill training. For those who don't know I have became a bit obsessed with scooters since being in Europe and keen to own one back in Australia. The only problem is I have never ride one and didn't grow up riding motorbikes. No better place to hire one and ride along the Riveria like you see in the movies. The man at ...
... a number 2! All in all, a pretty successful stop and we came out looking a little more respectable.
With the look of vineyards all around us we decided to do a wine tasting and after buying a couple of bottles settled for the night near an over pass. Sadly our drinking habits from London have well and truly vanished, after four bottles of wine, some dancing in the streets and scaring ...
... as you all know I'm the biggest Formula 1 fan and this small trip to Monaco was pretty much the whole reason why I booked this tour. Saw and walked on the streets that they have the actual race. Life changing! I can't believe I was actually there. Made it back to the hotel in enough time to get some good pics of the beach. Some of the Canadians and I walked down to see how cold the water was. I thought it was FREEZING and the Canadians said it was WARM! It's so weird going to ...
... 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 ...