Hotel Bristol Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shops and expensive restaurants . Lucky for us we had lunch with us but we did find a hidden cafe and ordered two cafe expresso . I needed a little milk but the flavour was there and only 1 euro each ,as we drank from the counter and didn't sit . Garry noticed some of the facades had been artificially painted to represent original structures . Even in SML this practise of painting features on buildings is ...
... the keys with the train station ticket office . Sounded risky but we had insurance so what else could we do but walk to the beach for lunch and a coffee to fill in time till our train was due. We ordered 2 x iced coffees ,what we got was cold black coffee , no milk and no ice cream? Lunch and the company ( we met a nice Scottish couple ) made up for the coffee and the Cesear Salad and lemon ...
... is just where we left it and we board the train for Viareggio from where we take a taxi to Pietrasanta, our base for the our visit to the Cinque Terre. The Albergo Pietrasanta is a grand 17th C. palazzo formerly known as Barsanti -Bonetti; our room is large and comfortable and the pink marble bathroom, 'to die for'. We dine on suckling pig on a bed of roasted onions at Il Circo, a pretty restaurant near the hotel, our meal is delicious and all is ...
... the Palazzo Rosso, which obviously is red on the outside. Built by the Sales in the 1670's. The first two floors were intended for the art collections of the two brothers Giofrancesco and Rudolfo. The owner gave the Palazzo to the city in the 1800's. She also bought the palazzo across the street, had it renovated, for her grandson. It was named the Palazzo Bianci for its white plaster exterior. Both ...
... so we decided to visit the sea life sanctuary and spend a couple of hours there seeing the wildlife. It was a nice aquarium. Not as nice as Monterey, and not as big, but what was cool is that some of the fauna were species I had never seen in person because in the wild, they reside in parts of the world other than the Pacific Ocean. I saw my first manatee, which was pretty cool. They were lumbering around their tank, munching on lettuce (not sea lettuce, but big ol' heads ...