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Travel Blogs from Lamporecchio
One of the good things about travelling on your own – Bao Anh is supposed to travel with me but he got his visa rejected :'( – is the utmost flexibility. You are free to do whatever you want, be it shortening your stay at boring places or delaying your train to further enjoy the scenery. Florence was the city where I fully utilized my flexibility ...
... to town to view the cathedral. Nice but not impressive. Back to station, train 4.10pm wrong one! After going through long tunnel, realised I was not going the right way. Got off at the next station to go back, With local help, train back but spotted Prato. This was on the route I had taken before so I got off and with a little help from an Italian chef, who worked in ...
... We thought it was wise to eat something before we tasted wine, so we stopped at the first restaurant that seemed decent. Hannah got a beef filet and Kyle got gnocchi with cheese sauce and asparagus and we split French fries (because they were out of roasted potatoes) and vegetables. The steak and gnocchi were FABULOUS and the service was sweet. All the locals were eating a lunch buffet that was being served, but we didn't think it was worth it. When you ...
... dining. The one English speaking woman decided to go
outside and ask the men that were dining at an outside table filled with locals. They all know who lives where in this town
(since it is a small village). They talked (seems like yelling and gesturing emphatically, when really just discussing) about what we might be looking for and pointed us down the road another 2 kilometers. They were VERY sweet! And after a few more u-turns we ended up at our destination at ...
... towards the train station we get blasted by about 20 Ferrari cars revving their engines down the very narrow streets on their way to one of the Piazza's for an exhibition. Euge was in heaven. It was deafening! All very exciting for the boys :) It was around midday so it was damn hot and standing around in the sun checking out Ferrari cars isn't my idea of a great time but Euge was peeing his pants. When he had his fill we grabbed some lunch and caught a train to Piza. We thought ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking