Residence dei Due Porti
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- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... my day alone at the beach was very rewarding and let me think a lot about life after the trip. So even though I'm not doing exactly what I thought we would've been doing at this point of our travels, I know I definitely am still enjoying my time and having great experiences along my way. “Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason” Jerry ...
... the difference when I was trying to make my hair dryer fit! He told me I needed an adaptor and that I could get one from reception. It was very nice of him to help and not just laugh at me! Afterwards we walked into Bern, following the river most of the way. The city had a lovely old town. We were unfortunate to just miss seeing the large town clock tolling and the characters decorating it moving, but it was beautiful all the same. We ...
... cutlery, old Victorian chairs, round tables and colourful carpets. Oh and then the food comes out...we order the seven course surprise degustation, where the chef surprises you with each course and you have no clue what's coming out next. The highlights for me were the escargot in leek soup and the local goats cheese infused with garlic and herb - so so tasty! The wine list was incredibly expensive but well matched by our knowledgable sommelier. When ...
... once again lots of stairs to climb!
But the views were amazing – often a pretty sheer drop down into the Mediterranean.
All the villages were great – just traditional Italian houses and with narrow streets – various cats and dogs just lying in doorways, shops and cafes coming out of houses.
After leaving the villages we have headed a bit further north to San Remo on the Italian Riveria. ...
... of life taking time out for a new experience. Lingue Senza Frontiere, the company we were 'paid volunteers' for, also had a plethora of information to give and it was quite fun for me learning all the camp songs, although I do fear that my music memory has been invaded by children's songs...Oh well. Well all in all, we got a lot of information and hung out with some pretty awesome poeple so it was worth the hot weather and terrible ...