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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Albergo Serena Arcola
Travel Blogs from Arcola
... wonderful area and headed inland to our accommodation for the night at Brescia. The weather was still very hot so we were somewhat relieved when we arrived and checked into our Thankfully air conditioned room, hot and sweaty but satisfied with our days adventure. After a quick walk into town, some happy snaps and dinner we settled for the night so as to get an earlier start in the morning and try and beat the heat for a while at least. Our plan was to travel to Lake Como, another ...
... and just below the castle we could see a terrace with an orc*************s and figs. The hillsides above the village were steeply terraced and full of grape vines and small orchards.
Our next stop was Corniglia. This is high on the cliff and not by the sea. We had to walk up a long zig zagged set of steps to get to the village. I really like Corniglia and it was my second favourite village of the day. The houses looked to be kept in much ...
... writes one on her dashboard. She tells us the Italians are very nervous about doing this and they stay on talking while we explore Menton. We spent a couple of hours in Menton mostly wandering the beachfront and the bustling historical shopping precinct. We decide to avoid toll roads from Menton to Cannes so that we see some of the French Rivera. The road quickly takes us up into the hills where to views are spectacular. ...
... to offer (and it offered a lot) we elected to take the boat rather than the train back to Monterosso – there is only so much of a tunnel that one can stand. We had a lovely time both at Vernazza and Manarola and appreciated the natural beauty of the coastline with it’s many facets, but especially the high mountainous range behind the hamlets.
One thing we noticed too about our trip was the kind way in which the people ...
... tunnel, who's walls were featured with glass mosaic work that portrayed images of the sea and sun, to the town from the station. Riomaggiorie is a picturesque village with its sunset coloured buildings cascading their way down the cliff side to the sea. After exiting the station we made our way down to the marina where we climbed some steps to a viewing platform where we took some photos of the town with its colourful buildings. We walked the Main Street of the town ...