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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
- Swimming pool
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... the regions produce it's time to talk to the insurance mob again, first thing they said they do not cover anything involving motorbikes over 200 cc well mine was a tad over that at 1200 cc so Plainly the message I got loud and clear was i am screwed.. The guy said submit all the paperwork and they will make a ruling but I hardly see the point it's as plain as the nose on my face that they have their easy out clause and won't be showing me any ...
... the tower for yet another roof top view - which again didn't fail to wow us both. We then went to find some lunch to eat on our way to Viareggio, near Pisa. We arrived at the site (Camping Viareggio) in the late afternoon, only to find that yet again we had a problem with the polarity with the electrics...fortunately leisure battery in the van was fully charged so we were able to keep the fridge running... Going to Florence ...
With the jet lag still in effect, I woke up at 5am and tried out my idea. Voila, genius! Connected! Thank you, Lord! While the page still won't load, I got the email from dad and that saved the day. Our breakfast at the hotel cafe proved quite interesting because they had a digital fireplace (what?) and served yogurt that contained cereal (just the way i like it). We headed over to the train station, deposited our luggage and met Becky, our tour guide for the day. ...
Catrina, Peter and I continued the walk, which was easy compared to some of the previous days. We had walked through some Etruscan wooded roads before reaching the old city of Murlo.
In Murlo, we visit The Archeological Museum of Murlo where the findings of Poggio Civitate which are kept in the old Palazzone of Murlo; they give a complete vision of the Etruscan daily life.
Whilst exploring this walled ...
... 8217;t have my size. I gave in to the idea of a bare foot day, we went for a spot of lunch at a little cafe, I popped both flip flops on and scrapped my left foot along the ground so it sort of stayed on. I looked like the hunch back of Notre Dame with my limp.
The ordering of the food was done by Wifey and this turned out to be quite amusing as she thought she had ordered Taglitelli but ended up with a plate full of nearly raw looking beef. After ...