Santa Caterina Park Hotel - Sarzana
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Country music blaring out over the water. Sounds of waves breaking on the shore. Lights of the Cinque Terre just twinkling in the distance. Let me tell you ... It doesn't get much better than this. Wifi is non existent in my room but I really knew that before I came. So to get Wifi, after you have put in the longest password in Wifi history, you sit on a garden seat outside the office. The password is ...
... we only had two and a half to go we hit the mountains by this time we are wondering if Bertha was lost as well then we got stuck behind about 50 dagoes riding push bikes to top things off but after 10 and three quater hrs we arrived at our destination (maybe a little more research next time ) I think the train takes about 4 hrs. ??????? Both a bit tired we put the car away and went for stroll around town took a couple of photos two beers a feed and hit the ...
... the beach, the tourists arriving by way of the ferry boat, the beginning of what is "old town" and the town matriarchs who parade by about 5:30 or 6 to gather on benches to visit. This strikes me as so lovely. What would I give for the chance to meet on a bench with my buds at the end of each day? They don't stay long, maybe an hour or so, and pass by again seemingly on their way back home. Are they widows? Are their husbands congregating somewhere else talking manly issues? ...
... villages, known for its wine making and was probably both my and Jason's favourite. Right on the sea with all kinds of crazy coloured houses stacked on top of each other. They all sound the same when explaining them however the set out of each town was very different and each had their own vibe and buzz about them. The sun was well and truly out by this stage so we decided to have a swim, partly just to say we had swum in the Mediterranean, but also because it was super ...
... streets looking at the stalls and shops until we leave the main town and are walking up a steep ravine where there are terraces of lemon groves and grape vines. No wonder they have a lemon festival - its probably the only way to get rid of the mountains of damn lemons! At the top of a steep slope there is a large vinyard with huge stone walls that look like some form of old fortification. There does not seem to be an easy way ...