Nyala Suite Hotel San Remo
Travel Blogs from San Remo
... a lot of great museums so we walked around Old Town Nice and visited some museums and stopped for some gelato on our way to them. We had an early night in that night since the weather wasn't ideal and since we had an early morning bus ride the next day.
Funny Story: Picture me trying to ride a bike when I haven't ridden one in probably around 10 years...that is funny enough in itself. #uncoordinatedandawkward
... Being Sunday it proved trickier than we first thought, but a few blocks away we found a nice Italian restaurant (it seemed that it was only Italian or Chinese cafes that were open, or expensive ones along the Promenade). Greg had seafood linguine, which was mostly mussels, a specialty of the area, and I had ricotta ravioli followed by a cappuccino. We enjoyed the walk home. It is lovely being only two short blocks from the Promenade - very convenient and not touristy.
... is amaziing. The wall is 5km in length and has a road on top that people bike around on. The wall is so large that there are trees and parks on it. Sandy and I rented a dual bike (not tandem but side by side) to attempt the wall. Unfortunately Sandy's knees could not cope, much to her disgust.
Revisited the supermarket and not to be defeated we purchased two packs of icypoles which we used as ...
... our tour guide promised a live band and dancing on tables! Well how could we say no to that?? The only thing was that we didn't really take her literally. That was until the band stared and the bar stuff came round pushing the long tables together and up against the wall and pulled everyone up on the tables!! Young, old, thin, big, drunk and sober; everyone was up dancing! The band was good they did some cool covers as well as a few of their own songs; they had a Mumford ...
... been to Rusdia, but that church made you feel like you should be toasting with vodka on the spot. I can't wait to get through my photos and see what turned out from that hodgepodge. Nice also had an expansive Farmer's markets with stalls of pretty much anything you could imagine: flowers, linens, soap, olives, cheese, spices, fish, fruits, vegetables, paintings, and the list goes on. Mom and I both found watercolor paintings from a local artist ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet