BEST WESTERN Tigullio Royal
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Hotel excellent and staff very helpful. you need to get an upgrade to a front room as the others are very dark
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Breakfast was more cheese and ham, with a little fruit, provided by Victor our Airbnb host. We decided not to go back to Cinque Terre today because so many of the walking tracks were closed. Instead, we went in the other direction to Portifino. What a good decision! We caught the ferry and had lovely views of Rapallo as we motored first to Santa Margarita and then to Portifino. It was a stunning day once again and we felt so blessed with the ...
... It seemed as though the whole population of Chiavari had come to town for the morning. I don't know if anyone was actually buying anything, or if they were all out checking each other's babies, and just catching up on the latest news. It was really great to be there though, because there was such a bright, happy atmosphere. And the shops! If Wok and I ever move to Italy, it will be for him the food that does it, but for me it would be ...
... fish which they shared free with everyone. They started with 6 ordinary frying pans, but within 3 years the numbers had grown so much that someone hit on the idea of making a giant frying pan, in which they fried the fish. The number of pans increased over the years to the current number of four.The one in the photo was made in 2001, is stainless steel, weighs 2.6 tons, has a capacity of 100 litres, a 4 m diameter and a 6 m long handle. Wouldn't it be great ...
... on to Rapallo, and around the bay to Santa Margherita and Portofino. We met up with two very friendly American couples from Ohio who'd just arrived in Rapallo, so we recommended Nettuno's pizzas to them, and told them they definitely could walk to Portofino, even though another couple had told them you definitely couldn't. We called at the supermarket and bought some food, and our first chocolate of our holiday. But we still haven't opened it. On the way home, when we passed ...
... at the mouth of the Roia River, which divides the town into two parts. Ventimiglia's urban area has a population of 55,000.
The trip from Ventimiglia to Rappallo was fairly uneventful and we even were able to figure out how to walk to our hotel from the train station, with the help of a few fast talking Italians and a couple of key hand gestures that got us going in the right direction. (No not those kind of hand gestures! ;-)