Grand Hotel Continental
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Imagine a day completely backwards. Where American tourists are treated like good friends in a foreign country. Where skillful Italian athletes lose a game of soccer to a group of uncoordinated, land-lubbering Americans. Where Nutella and pizza are combined in a delicious hybrid, and players and coaches alike partake in its holy glory. Welcome to Friday, June 26th, Day 4 of the LAWPC Italy trip.
Practice- 8 amAt our last practice in the Empoli pool, we had a light ...
... child for the Italian penchant of overcoming nature and making it livable. Situated on the rugged Ligurian coastline, this chain of villages (Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore) — five in total united only by hiking trails, trains and the occasional boat — has emerged from obscurity in the last two decades to become one of Italy’s top sights. Pastel-colored homes huddle on ...
... famous Flemish painter Anthony van Dyck.
Entering the church, Gregorian chants played in the background while the church itself gave a warm, cozy feel with it's yellow walls, dark wood, and red tapestries. (That one monk is doing a great job up there!) Continuing further up the Zii di Frati, we came to the Monterosso cemetery (housed in the ruins of a castle), with beautiful views looking inland, of the terraced vineyards of Cinque Terre. ...
Lucca is beautiful! It has been a great little detour. Our favourite Italian stay so far. Well done to Jodi for choosing this place to visit. We got on the road early today, our train left at 9.10am. I wish I could say it was an uneventful train trip but it wasn't. With 20 minutes left to arrival the ticket conductor came up the aisle and I handed him our ticket as I have done so many times on this trip. But this time something was wrong. He got out his little notebook and ...
Milan to Pisa
We woke up at an unearthly 4am to catch the train to Pisa. The train ride was about 4hours and we spent most of the time trying to catch up on our sleep.
Finally after the long ride, we arrived in Pisa! The Italians here are pretty friendly, a few of them came up to us to offer directions without us asking. Unfortunately our hotel was really far from the station even though ...