Il Casale Di Nanni
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... out to be Scottish) said that the train was running 50 minutes late, as the railways were on strike today. So much for our linked intercity connections! How, I wondered, could a Scotsman speak fluent Italian, when they can't even speak fluent English?
Sue queued at the ticket office and was ...
... was window shop. There were so many wonderful shops with the latest fashions, we had fun looking at all the styles on display and on the people walking by. We have learned that scarves are not just for women..Italian men wear scarves too.
We met a wonderful wine shop owner who introduced us to the local wines from all around the region. We had several tastings and enjoyed several bottles of wine with dinner at ...
... So much easier than going to the PO.
Cycling back, noticed a couple of large trees had come down in the recent storms. The sun was shining so planned a quick change for a ride along the river. Barely been home 5 min and it poured. Absolutely poured. So pleased we hadn't dawdled!
After several hours the sun was beating down again so off exploring ...
... aren't racing and are just going at a slow pace, they were all making as much noise as they could both for the entertainment value and obviously a bit of showing off too. Wouldn't have been a problem if we hadn't been trying to conduct a video Skype call at the time, sorry Andy. As a result, we had to pause every few seconds as we couldn't hear above the noise, and even when we could hear something, we almost inevitably had to get it repeated. Thank ...
... in the softest sunshine, eating this delicious food. This will be one of the highlights of my trip I think; it was the perfect way to finish the day. We returned to our hotel early evening and the town was a hive of activity. The shops were all still open and there were people strolling the streets. Kerrie, Robert and I went for one last walk around Montecatini and had a final tea and cake at our favorite cafe, Giovanni's. What a wonderful ...