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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ulivo Diano Marina
Travel Blogs from Diano Marina
... and eat ...ff to the Jazz Place we found down on the beach that plays very chilled music on a Tuesday night ...love it ...I take my seat right on the water edge and ...oh a cocktail could be in order ...apricot and strawberry mojito ...delish !! Followed up with a tagliatelle fruit de mare. So good !! Home early night ...well if I sleep before midnight its early ...
... with nice sticky stuff! We got our beach bag ready and did the 700m walk to the beach. It was a cracker of a little beach quite busy but we found a nice spot near the back... (We were very pleased we did as later some huge rollers came in a washed people's towel away! Lmao! ) we spent the day in and out of the water which was great fun as the waves were maHuusive and had fun riding them in and watching other people ...
... there was steam coming from one shower cubicle so it was either us being retards or just dodgy showers, I'm going with the second option but I'm not overly confident. Anyway showerd up and ready for dinner, we took a wander to the site shop to see what was on offer!! CLOSED!! Great news, looks like it was the onsite restaurant instead and yet again Pizza takeaway was the food of choice, quick, cheap and easy!! Lorna got some pasta and salad ready whilst ...
... an ok man"... Freudian slip??!] Not sure what we will do tomorrow. Maybe swim, maybe just hang around and explore this town. ------------------ Another random note... - if your hotel room uses a key card, you have to insert it into a slot in the entryway in order to be able to use the lights in the room. Not a bad idea, as you tend to know to grab they key on the way out rather than forget it in the room. Though Zach still forgot his once so maybe not ...
... strollers along the promenades. So, we head inland for the hills and the unending supply of walking routes.
We headed up from the seashore along Nietzsche's rocky climb to Eze ...