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- Pets allowed
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... front for them to sit in. Apart from a small incident at the start of our ride which involved heavy braking, swerving, and a child summersaulting from their seating position, all was great! The walls at Lucca offer views across this small and beautiful city. From various points you can admire the tree topped tower, the botanical gardens, elegant villas and the many churches. After completing a lap of the walls we decided lunch had been well and truly earned. We went to a ...
... amazing light on the postcard like views. This was the most pleasant drive we have had so far and was scenic almost all the way to our destination. This very modern hotel is in another beach town on the east coast just north of Pisa and very different from the Amalfi Coast. The water is across the road but unlike Amalfi, these roads are the size we are used to and the traffic is nothing compared to where we have been and we get to miss out ...
... heading out to a restaurant close by. Paola had told us about a North American food place that was new and about 1km walk. I forgot to take photos yet again but it was like a retro diner straight out of the USA, it was great. The service was good and the burgers tasty...although not as good as France!! It was an early night as I think we were both quite exhausted and Florence awaited ...
Another long drive on the autostrada to La Spezia on the west coast facing France. We bought train tickets for Cinque Terra, the five villages, and set off on to find that the walk between two of the villages was closed for repair, but they don't tell you that when you buy the ticket so we got of at the wrong station. Luckily there was another train soon after. We started walking the coastal walkway from the last of the five villages to Vennazzi. It was an ...
... way home so we asked the heaps of tourists and people who were still on the street regarding the whereabouts of ponte vecchio, from which I knew our way back. Anyways, yesterday was a pretty slow and relaxed day and Dad talked about it a bit in his blog. I'm writing today's entry from the train we are taking to Lucca. It was only 7 euros and will take about an hour and 20 minutes. Dad had a funny experience though ...