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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Push hard, brake hard, look for cars, go wide, go again, ignore the drop off, zoom through villages occasionally looking at the breathtaking view. Nearly everyone wanted to do it again, some even if they could climb it again. Thursdays climb took us through green, waterfall decorated ravines, tunnels, coffee at the base of a massif, a climb up the massif and, for David & myself, a chance to visit the castle at Gourdon. We could look back down over 1000m at the speck of ...
So this is what the Verdon Canyon is meant to be like if its not totally white out fog and pouring rain. Which it was all day. All 8 hours of sitting on a bus. Seriously tour company, if you know that a place is not accessible that day. Don't go. Stuff your itinerary!
Tried to take a few pics but kind of ...
... town. After that we had 'free time' during which mum and I did the unmentionable and walked (omg a huge 20minutes) out to a lighthouse/lookout along the cliffs of Portofino. The rest of the group were well impressed with our 'energy'. This was a lovely walk and we were rewarded with a cute little cafe at the end, where of course they charged tourist prices (4Euro) for one small lemonade.
Back in the town we were ...
... of his death to be displayed at the annual Nobel Prize ceremonies in Stockholm Sweden. Walking around the city it appears to have three quite differing and distinct characteristics. There is the really nice beach area with its broad boulevard and typically European beach scene with rows and rows of rentable umbrellas and beach chairs. Just back from the beach area there's the rather swanky looking main street / ...
... a little slow where we possibly only averaged 40kph as we climbed up, down and over the ranges from the Cinque Terre to finally meet up with a 130kph tollway. One of the most interesting points of this drive was that probably over half of it was underground via a fantastic network of tunnels, some over two kilometres in length. San Remo is located on the Italian coast not far from the French border and ...