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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at home here , with his German ancestry.
The island has some amazing restaurants, cute shops , stunning beaches and crystal clear green sparkling water . We spent three days on Elba, driving around ,criss-crossing the island each day, swimming , eating ......returning to our little hotel each night in time for sunset drinks and dinner out - like Napoleon we made the most of our days in exile - t'was absolute hell !!!
ENJOY THE JOURNEY !!!!!!
Some more train journeys, pretty uneventful, to get down the coast to Piombino and then onto the ferry. Not a little ferry, a thumping three storey job and that meant there were three storeys of metal steps, outside the ship, to climb to gain access to the thing. The Sixtie Chicks are sure getting impressive bicep muscles! Well actually, one of us is, while the other stands, looking pathetic until someone grabs ...
... heartening, even inspiring, to note that wherever we go, when we say we are from Australia, (...damn, that took 3 attempts to even spell it correctly...hate this bloody iPad..) the look on their faces changes instantly, and suddenly they relax, and beam, and almost without exception, everyone says " oooh, one day I want to go to Australia....." genuinely....)
... 2 week holiday that began in Rome and ended in Milan with stops in the Amalfi coast, Naples, Pisa, and Cinque Terre. I can honestly say Elba was my favorite of the lot given the perfect combination of food, weather, people, and relaxation. I definitely plan to go back for longer and spend time biking and hiking around the island. There are many unpaved trails that weave in and out of small ...
A Population of only 12k. Three forts, massive city walls on a tiny hill overlooking the cove. Streets are paved (since 1700) in rose limestone, very pretty. Iron industry here since the Etruscan times (hence the name). It's very green (but we are further north than before), from certain angles it could be NZ. It's part of Europe's largest marine national park and also has vineyards so I have no idea why Napoleon was desperate to leave! Walked across to ...