Grand Bellavista Palace E Golf Hotel
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... closed factories, which had broken windows and were covered with graffiti, an indication of the real economic climate of Italy..... We spent our evening doing some long overdue laundry. This gave us the opportunity to make conversation with like minded tourists, which is always an interesting aspect of travelling. Finding out about where they are from and their adventures so far and the details of their travel over the next week or two and swapping advice made the time doing the laundry fly ...
... of the right corridor, just to eliminate all possible options again, but no, still no room 100. He then did the same for the left corridor, and hey!, there it was all along. And where was it? Well, it was the furthest room on the right hand end of the corridor between rooms 105 and 106! Don't know why we didn't look there to start with.
Maybe it's a regular gag the hotel staff pull on any non Italians staying? Hah! We'll show 'em if we ...
... nothing like Luzern but is equally as unique!
Leaving this morning to catch the bus to Siena. Wednesday is market day in Siena and we've promised Mark a Porchetta sandwich for lunch...more later on that. Well we arrived as planned but not exactly how we planned. The bus we ended up on was a brand new double decker and Mark and Ann got front window seats. Now ordinarily this is fun and interesting if you're in the city...driving through Firenze old town and down Tuscan roads at ...
... and every night. Though lesser men would constantly gawk at these beautiful young ladies, all of us are virtuous men who are already spoken for, so we had to constantly snap our necks to look away. Honest!!! So scoff all you want - despite what you may think, we had no fun at all on this business trip ... but being the exemplary employees we are, we would all gladly volunteer to come back next time, if only to spare our other co-workers from suffering such ...