Hotel Villa Cappugi
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Travel Blogs from Pistoia
... and a great final meal together. We tried to find the supermarket but only got lost so we came home for a rest.
Then we set out with Josy & Nick all packed up for the Florence Airport. This actually proved to be much easier than the train station. It was closer and getting a park was easy, cheap and convenient – more so than Adelaide!
Came home for a restful evening. When we were climbing up our road we had to stop for ...
... we realized one very major problem...the address had no number. Walking up and down the street we could not find a building labeled with the info we were in search of. Completely stumped we took refuge in an Internet cafe, we used our resources but were unable to locate a pay phone to call the property manager. When we went on the HostelWorld profile we began to read some very unfortunate information. It said that the key pick up was at a different location across the ...
I forgot to add a pix of us getting into the apartment whose keys were lost, so here it is.
We thought we did so well not getting lost on our drive from Venice to Tuscany. We made up for it today as we made a supposedly 35 minute drive to Lucca in 2 hours. With 3 families, and many of us well capable of reading printed directions and using a GPS, you would think we would have no problems finding our way around. The GPS that the ...
... not too expensive.
Before catching the train back, we visited the Duomo which is quite unique due to the fašade of marble. It’s actually quite plain inside and not as decorative as some other major cathedrals in Italy. There are actually three separate buildings, the main church, the baptistery and the bell tower. We often just sit quietly inside these cathedrals for a short time but in this one all the chairs are roped off – so much for peace ...
... and, for some, you won't start making money for at least twelve years. People don't understand that.
"When I travel, I love finding the few families who trace their business for over four hundred years. They've owned the same vineyards, the same castles. Tradition. Time doesn't matter - it takes as much time as it takes. It all got screwed up two hundred years ago - people starthing thinking about how to pack as much into one day as possible. People make things ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center