Locanda del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Locanda del Mar Imperia
Travel Blogs from Imperia
... helicopters pass - the helipad is right near us.... watching luxury yachts pass, watching the high rocky outcrops that loom large over Monaco......
Back to the hotel and then off for a walk into Monaco.... We walked back up to the Palace and wandered through the state rooms... The outside of the palace is rather plain and there are very obvious additions. It is not an attractive Palace as palaces go! Inside there is a ...
... breakfast the following morning if the weather was on our side, we’ll have to wait and see on that one!
Having done a lot of driving and exploring today we were glad to relax in this lovely house (even if the paintings in the room were spooky!) and recharge the batteries for another busy day tomorrow – Monaco, Nice, Aix en Provence and Cavaillion!
Tonight we also did a side trip to the principality of Monaco. Initially, our trip was slightly delayed, as on our way home from Nice a public bus pulled out and into our lane, and caught the mirror on the right-hand side of the Top Deck bus; which meant we had to sit and wait for almost an hour while the insurance paperwork was sorted out (as it had to be done on the spot). Before hitting the casinos, we walked up to the Palace via ...
... the beach. I didn't have my suit or anything, but I lounged for a little bit. It got really hot laying on the rocks, so I just walked around a little by myself as Michelle lounged. On my walk some guy almost hit me with his Porsche trying to show off to the girl in the front seat (I'm sure) going fast up the parking garage hill to find me crossing the street. He had to slam on his brakes and I'm sure he now looks more like an idiot to the girl, which deserves ...
... of the towns we were to visit, Manorola. We walked down the steep slope to the town . On the hillsides all around us were the terraces that make this place unique. All vines and produce are grown on terraces cut from the sides of the cliffs which slope down to the sea. An amazing sight and back breaking work for the farmers who tend them.
Manorolo is a quaint town with pretty houses, many two or three stories to compensate for the slope of ...