Hotel Relais San Rocco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... a stream of traffic waiting at their red traffic light. You'd think they'd make tunnels big enough for two lanes, but no. After just 2 or 3 minutes we emerged into the town of Moneglia, and faced another traffic light. But this time the traffic light only went green for 1 minute every 20 minutes, so we had another long wait. This tunnel was quite long, it took about 8 or 9 minutes to travel through, and emerges right in Sestri Levante. What a crazy ...
... solid sitting on the side of a mountain. We were below the snow line and the area was green with yellow dandelions everywhere. A week before the area was covered in snow. Colleen introduced us to roclette, where you melt cheese with bacon and pour it over potatoes and eat it with pickles and corn washed down with a good red wine. It was good!
The following day Tom had to work but the rest of us headed off for a walk along the Rhine river, which was full of ...
... with a walnut sauce.
After a most enjoyable lunch we carried on to Levanto were we had our dessert, two scoops of Gelato (Ice Cream) in a sugar cone, delicious!
Thursday 28th it’s chucking it down to today so it’s a stay at home day.
Friday 29th The weather is a bit better today, just drizzle, so we went down to town to buy a Disco ...
... in the ticket machine. The bus trip went along the edge of the bay – very high up and a very narrow road. When we arrived at La Spezia the market was still open so with our purchases of roast chicken 5.90 euros and ½ kg of strawberries we had a delicious lunch in the harbourside park. We had picked out some Swatch watches that we wanted to purchase so we loitered until the shop was due to open at 3.30pm after ...
... is the most challenging of the seaside tracks and after all our walking Monterosso couldn't come soon enough. We had well and truly earned our swim by this point. Monterosso is the largest of the Chinque Terre and the most touristy, but also the only place with a beach. It was a great place to chill out for a wee bit. We spent the remainder of the afternoon on the balcony drinking beer and eating olives (bliss!) We taught some Armericans what "settling in" ...