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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Breakfast at 0800 in our room. Ham and cheese toasties, croissants, coffee etc. We headed off to the market, looking for Miriam House of Leather Casa de Pelleas. Susan was thinking of a leather jacket for her birthday. Unfortunately the weather was against us and it was raining so the first thing we did was pick up an umbrella off the street …
Another fine breakfast at Hotel Olimpia, then pack and make our way on foot the 500 or so meters to St Lucia railway station. Hopefully this will be the longest we will have to carry our bags; although we had rollers, there were two bridges to navigate - an effort in the morning sun.
We departed Venice station on time at 10.24 on an ItaliaRail …
... of trying to push the tower back up, needless to say everyone else was trying to do the same. Aaron told us to put our blinkers on and keep walking past the hawkers as their would be plenty of time to shop once we had seen the tower, bapsitey and church. The streets are lined with the hawkers all selling the same treasures and generally all run by the Indians of course. The real hawkers are African here illegally trying to make some money to ...
... and twenty steps from ground level up to the sky gives a splendid view of the town and surrounding countryside. Breathtaking. And that's not just the climb. A tight corridor leads up the building, opening just below the frescoed cupola, before ascending between the wall. Florence is a UNESCO heritage site, and I the view of the city hasn't changed much over the years. Skyscrapers and high rise offices are nowhere to ...
... and lovely little italian cottages. We arrived at an old castle which is used as the Wineries Cellar. We had a tour through the cellar and tried a glass of red with some olive oil tasting. Then we started the
26km bike ride, it seemed so easy as we kept going down hill but I guess what goes down must always come back up, and yes we did! We enjoyed a nice Italian lunch with our group and a few glasses of red wine. We were warned by our guides that there ...