Residence dei Due Porti
Travel Blogs from San Remo
... There is no sand along this stretch of coast, just apple sized stones along the waterline. The beach is "private" every 50m or so - fenced off with different bars operating that section of the beach. Sun chairs and umbrellas pack the beach in front all the way to the waterline. You have to pay entry to use the lounges but the comfort of not sitting on pebbles would be totally worth it. Plus the convenience of a drink waiter, you ...
... The walk wasn't over yet. Still more to climb.
went up and up following the sign that said "panoramas" with an arrow
telling us which direction. Eventually we made it to the cascades - a
beautiful well flowing water fall. Of course simon did his thing with
waterfall photos. He loves it!
I just stood back and wrote this
while listening to the water falling. From here we were still not at the
top. We ascended further and finally reached the lookout.
... 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 ...
... guests....the crew all on deck waiting as the guests roll up in Ferrari's!!!). We walked the esplanande past private and public beaches. Kirsty pulling the reins in after asking about hiring a Maserati for the day....turns out it would cost more than our entire car hire around Europe! The drive back to Nice via the seaside road was pretty special. After getting back we spent the arvy on the pebbly beach and floating around the Med on our 2E ...