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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Family rooms
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It was just as pleasant on the inside as it was on the outside. Again, the people were so nice, and this time we greeted them in Italian and thanked them. I ordered flatbread pizza and it was amazing. It tasted so much better than pizza in America, and wasn't greasy in the least. We sat in the corner and heard music playing: "Take Me to Church." It seems that each place still listens to music we are familiar with from home. Meghan and I looked up compliments in ...
... slices that, in our case, were truly medium rare. With this were traditionally prepared Tuscan potatoes: small golden potatoes quartered and roasted with butter and rosemary. This course would have made a fine meal in itself as well! Then, the "dolci," or sweets course. Out came a two tiered cart, with about 10 different options: chocolate cake, almond cake, orange cake, cake filled with cream and cherries and coated in chocolate, tiramisu, ...
Today we trained up to Florence, via Pisa, about three hours away from Levanto. David said he saw the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa as we went past, but I didn't!
The countryside was very pretty and looked like the pictures you see of Tuscany with yellow fields and double story houses, villages perched halfway up hillsides and churches on top.
... her potted Geraniums,steeply up up, off into yet another little byway, a gorgeous row of houses appears to one side of a little entrance track opposite which are their gardens full,of roses and a couple is walking back and forth from house to garden with watering cans and and so I ask if I might take a photo of their beautiful garden and thus a long conversation ensues. The houses, perhaps 8-10 in continuous, connected row, all shuttered and Tuscan, were built in 1920 ...
... Vatican with a local guide Donatella. Traffic is incredible in Roma, parking is inventive and people are wild in their vespers and tiny smart cars. We met her and turned on our radio receivers. This made us so look like tourists but everyone else had them too. Each tour guide had a stick (one had a fishing rod) with all sorts of things on the top. This was so we could hear her speak amongst all the other noise and follow her ribbons amongst all the crowds of people. To get ...