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Where to eat breakfast, and more, in camogli?

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Where to eat breakfast, and more, in camogli?

hi, I'm hoping those of you who've stayed in Camogli can help. I'd rather not spend 20 euros for breakfast at our hotel. Can we find a cafe or bakery to eat croissants and drink coffee in Camogli for less? Is there such a thing as free refills in Italy, or are we better off at our hotel where hopefully they include more than one cup? This leads to lunch and dinner too. Do you know of a budget way to eat in Camogli?

thanks!

Dawn

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1. Re: Where to eat breakfast, and more, in camogli?

Camogli is full of bars/cafes, most of which will give you an Italian breakfast of a cappucino and brioche (cornetto/croissant) for little more than two euros each. If, for example, you are staying at the Casmona which is one of the places with a 10 euro breakfast charge, just walk down the steps from the front door of the hotel and you will find immediately at the bottom of the steps a very pleasant tiny cafe with a good selection of different-flavoured brioches, and with tables looking out across the sea. But if you want free refills, stick to the hotel.

Budget for other meals probably depends more on what you order than where you go, though if you are really cutting down I think there are may be a place where you can get slices to go, or you could go to the supermarket and make up sandwiches,

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2. Re: Where to eat breakfast, and more, in camogli?

Thank you!! That's a big help!

Dawn

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