La Magnolia B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... You push the petrol flap & voila! My 2nd query was how to disengage the parking brake! After asking for help once again, a demonstration of disengaging & engaging the parking brake occurred. It is rather difficult to read an Italian car manual! Eventually we began the drive to Lucca. Followed the signs & only had a little detour that a very nice petrol attendant helped us back on course. Driving a car that ...
... with an Aussie barbie for our first meal here. We quickly discovered the local church bell tolls every half hour (7am to 10pm it turns out) and most significantly, it was right outside the back of the house! So we have a VERY LOUD reminder of the time, all day long. On Sunday, our first full day here, we went for a walk, following a sign that promised a restaurant up the hill somewhere. This turned out to be a delightful walk through what we ...
Day 18 - Clear blue skies and very warm Woke up with a doozy of a cold - I didn't feel like doing much today. We had breakfast then got a couple of bikes and went for a ride around the wall and through the town. We sat at a cafe, had a coffee and watched the world go by for ...
... area, with the wires trailing across the road! This area was obviously reserved for those who were eating, so Liz, Olivia and Lydia sat on the little terrace immediately in front of the bar, whilst Chris Katie and I watched the match with the "hard core" locals inside! At half time we joined the others on the terrace, and the bar owner came over and gave us a complimentary bottle of prosecco....when I asked him why, he said "because we are English"!! ...
... where I bought a badge of Italy in the shape of a boot (because that is the shape of Italy on a map) and had gelati (again). I am collecting badges for my baseball hat. I have one from each country I have visited and a couple of other ones too. After Florence we drove to Rome where we walked around and went to the Colosseum. That is a big ampitheatre which used to fit in 50,000 people. It is crumbling now on ...