Hotel Villa Argentina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Argentina Riomaggiore
A great view of the town and ocean from the balcony makes this excellent accommodation. Add in great staff, great breakfast and a very clean though tightish room and we were happy with our stay
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... apartment (the walking track there was closed) and then enjoyed a beautiful cold shower and our picnic lunch. After a rest Nic did our washing, finding a cat there that looked like Mami (the cat that disliked him in Scotland) and making fast friends with it. Apparently it was an old cat that controlled the laundry! I cooked up a big pot of broccoli, flavoured with a wee bit of spaghetti and sauce, and accompanied by a big fresh salad. It was wonderful to cook again, even on one ...
... of course!
Our waitress brought us a complimentary limoncello to try at the end of the evening and Phil's reaction was priceless! I swear I could almost have had an accident laughing myself to tears! Personally, I just found it too sweet and thought it would be better as a spritz with soda.
All in all, karma was present and our day finished on a high!
Phil- Today we learnt that every extra kilo in your luggage is multiplied by the number of trains to ...
Today ...... No traveling and simply relax. We woke the kids so they could eat breakfast before it closed at 11! We hired some deck chairs at the hotels private beach in front of our hotel and enjoyed the beach. It is a mystery that it is the hotels private beach but we still pay! In fact you pay a bit extra for everything here incl the aircon remote which is priceless! We caught ...
... and since they have no more cars available, we make do and are on our way to the autostrada towards the Mediterranean coast. We travel out of Veneto and across the center of Italy zigzagging around the mountains that run down the spine of Italy. For our lunch break, we stop in the city of Modena where we find the old center with a market and some pizza take-away to gather a picnic for the park which of course has a playground. We are then on the road again ...
... so expect to chat a lot with other english speakers. The towns are small and everyone knows everyone, so don't expect to blend in with the locals. During the day Vernazza seems to swell with people and the trains got rather packed from this station (however there are some great restaurants in this town and the 2hr walk to this town from Monterosso is good). Corniglia from the station be warned take the bus up ...