- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... ledges and beautiful shapes and patterns chiselled from the blocks of stone they are made off. Really beautiful way off showing off the buildings, each having a different style and colour. Italy really is a beautiful place but I still can't get used to 3-4 hours lunch breaks where everything closes for the duration. So after an enormous day of walking and sightseeing, we headed back to Fifi and a feast of homemade (not by me) gnocchi and sauce, oh so yummy and well ...
... agreed it would be nice to pick up supplies at the supermarket as we pass and have dinner "in" on our last night in Rapallo. Tomorrow we say goodbye to Rapallo, catch the train to Turin, then catch the 6pm bus, across the border into France, and to Chamonix, our ski town. (Yes! says Riley). Will try to relish the "space" in our apartment these last few hours, I have a feeling the Chamonix apartment is going to be quite compact. Buona Notte ...
... wage packet, so after a wander around I go back on the bike and headed a few clicks back towards the roadblock and found a quiet spot, parked at sat in the sun with a cold beverage.
Back on the bike I was driving along the coast towards Genoa, I thought if I saw the Costa Concordia as I passed through I would make a stop, but it's a big city and lots and lots of harbour area, and in the end I got onto the Autostrada to get through as easy as possible. ...
... pasta dishes are enough as a full meal! All in all on our Tour of Italy we drove 1,200km, paid 65€ in tolls, no comment on petrol cost, and saw five wine regions: Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio, Campania, and Calabria. We've decided we aren't fans of northern Italy but will return some day to see Florence, Venice and Lucca. And maybe then the roads to Cinqueterre will be open, or I'll learn how to be on a ferry/boat without being ...
... to the harbour. A Rolli Palace is the name given to the beautiful Renaissance and Baroque palaces throughout the city and concentrated on Via Garibaldi (also called Strade Nuove). They were used as public hospitality centers, housing heads of state, ministers, and visiting dignitaries on official visits to Genova. The owners of these Rolli Palaces were obligated to host, at their own expense, in their extravagant homes, with beautiful gardens, courtyards ...