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Today we are meant to be making our way down to Forte dei Marmi (Italian Riviera) on the western coast of northern Tuscany. We have arranged to meet up with our friend Paolo and spend the weekend relaxing by the (Ligurian) sea. A phone call (internet based Viber service) from Paolo the previous night has us detouring via La Spezia to join him for …
After the concert night out we decided another rest day would in order. I got up about 7:00 and went for a walk. I took a pair of scissors with me and clipped off a bunch of grapes from the neighbors vines to add to the morning fruit salad. The people who were staying next door to our house were leaving today so they over to say goodbye. They passed on another place they had discovered in the hills nearby. We'll check it out later today. Later, Angelo ...
... music performed by a professional orchestra. The performance was held in a a very old church, great acoustics but very hard benches, in the old walled city. Puccini wrote such things as Madame Butterfly and la Boheme among many others. Our performance was devoted to the music of Johann and Josef Strauss. It was an impressive experience finished with a drive home under a Tuscan ...
... church to peek into. Coming back down I am really self satisfied that I had pressed on (even if somewhat in need of a shower and shorts by this point).
Susan is waiting for me and tells me tour group after tour group have passed by her (here for market day I expect), so to evade them we stroll to the other side of the harbour and look at menus as we would like a restaurant on the water for dinner on our last night. After looking ...
... Marco, they were both very happy with it …..and I
waited in the Lobby until they had freshened up a little and then we walked the
10-15 minutes to Brunella. (The hotel is outside the Wall, but luckily well within walking distance).
Anyway we had a few drinks and caught up on all the 'goss’ in Perth and in Coles… Greg and I took off for a walk to buy some beer while Mary and Jacinta chatted and got to know each other a little more.
It took a while (an a very persistant local on a push bike) to find this B & B. In true Italian style, a street address does not always indicate the presence of the establishment you are looking for. If you have the co-ordinates for a GPS or refer to the photo on their website, it makes it easier to find but without those (and just the street address) good luck!
Once there however, it is a most inviting and charming B & B close to Forte Di Marmi - the Italian version of the French Riviera.
Certainly worth considering if staying in the area. Secure parking, wi-fi and breakfast included in the tarriff.
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