Stiera Sport & Vacanza Villaggio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... size kitchen. They have tile floors that look straight out of a tile shop showroom. SOO gorgeous!
All guests were asked to bring a bottle of wine, a bottle of champagne, a bottle of juice and an aperitif for 20 people (an appetizer essentially). I immediately thought to myself, "I should bring a dip, dips are always a hit at parties!" So I googled and pinterested away until I found a blog post written in English and French. After 2 hours of grocery shopping, we had ...
... war monument with the bomb casings encased within the structure. We searched for the castle for a while and managed to find the cemetery.
Lunch was a picnic sitting under the chestnut trees watching the autumn toned leaves flutter down.
Our afternoon was spent in Montalto village which is a good example of a vibrant village in a rustic mediaeval setting. Some of the slate portals ...
... Lots of tourists but it still has a charm with its narrow streets and view down to the ocean. Dropped into Vence on our way through to Menton.
Menton was our final destination. It is a scaled down version of Nice with lots of people in the sunshine sunbaking on the stony beach and lots of grand hotels. Enjoyed dinner on the esplanade looking out over the turquoise blue ...
... gave Apricale away when we decided the road less travelled is not necessarily the best. We were able to take a picture of Apricale across the valley and ticked it off the list. We then noticed the number of other landslides on the hillside and thought it best to head for the coast.
Went through San Remo on the way to Dolceacqua. It has an interesting ...
Day 294 5 hrs, 11.1 kms It's nighttime. The train crosses a long bridge across a gorge before reaching Cuneo on a plateau on the other side. I wander around the quiet streets, to the main plaza and back to the edge of town--but realize I'm going to have to hike all the way across the gorge bridge to find a secluded camping spot. Next morning there's a more cheery atmosphere. It's the first day of school and parents are taking their smartly dressed kids off to ...