Antica Dimora Villa Basilewsky
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... little local Italian villa. Yesterday morning, we ate bread with salami and cheese for breakfast at our hotel and then hired bikes and a weird two peddled golf buggy kind of thing and rode around the 4km walls of the city. This was one of the highlights of the trip so far, it was really fun and picturesque. Resting, drinking espressos and walking were the remaining activities of the day. For lunch, we went to the supermarket ...
... surreal, we knew we were leaving, this was it, what we had dreamed about for such a long time was coming to an end...but we just couldn't believe it.
We waved goodbye from the train and all the while it felt like we were only going away for a week or so on an outing and that we would be back to Lucca in no time at all…but NO….that would not be happening.
After the usual 90 minute trip to Firenze we found that we had just missed the train to Rome, as we ...
We took our first group trip to Abetone which is the most charming little mountain town in the world; I loved everything about the whole atmosphere! When we got there, it looked like we had just stepped into a real life snow globe. It felt like we were in a literal blizzard. Skiing in the Alps was surreal. That line in Eric Church's song "Carolina" that says "Your mountains are a canvas for The Maker's hands" kept running through my head. Thankfully, ...
I've decided to write everyday again….
It may not be as exciting as when we are travelling to different destinations everyday but after trying to remember everything that happens to us on a normal week at home in Brunella I realized that I was forgetting most of it…and I want to have this to remind me about everything…especially the normal so called 'boring’ days when we didn’t do to much.
We left the sun and the coast and drove 3 hours to the Province of Modena in central Italy. About 2 hours in, we exited the highway and began the treacherous journey up the mountain on some of the most narrow and windy roads I've ever seen. This didn't bother L one bit as she easily drove 80km/hr around hairpin turns. She used to drive the same route every weekend while she was studying in Florence so she intimately knew every turn and curve ...