Grand Hotel Villa Parisi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... stretched further than any of us could see, going round the corner of the walls. They also had the local radio station covering the event with an outside broadcast unit there. When the new GBoR book comes out in about October time, we'll be checking for that.
Meanwhile, in that parallel universe that is Italian TV, we bring you news of a rare sighting. You may recall from an earlier blog, how women on Italian TV are solely there to look ...
... Spanish into my Italian. I use "s" at the end of my words; say "ido" at the end instead of "ito" or "isso"; and my paroli become palabras out of my mouth before I can stop them from coming out. And somehow, the italian we learned 6 years back when Colleen and I took a trip to Tuscany has all but disappeared. I am tired of saying "stiamo imparando" - we are learning". We are now committed ...
... much calmer and the cars actually stopped for you...though the bicycles did not! (Despite the streets being virtually empty, the bicyclists seemed to have great difficulty avoiding pedestrians - one actually bumped into C as he stopped his bike). Pisa is clearly a University town as we meandered into Piazza dei Cavalieri and took note of the many students relaxing in the piazza as well as the faded frescoes on the ...
On one of our days in Florence, we took a day trip to see the leaning tower of Pisa and the old medieval town of Siena. There wasn't a whole lot of things to do in Pisa, but seeing the leaning tower was really cool. We were surprised at how much the tower looked like it ...
... ride from the entry city of La Spezia to Corniglia, where my hostel sat on top of a cliff, 358 stairs up from the sea. (Earned every drop of gelato I ate, climbing those dreadful stairs) I dropped off my overnight bag and headed to Monterossa, the furthest town to the north to catch the sunset. I returned to Corniglia just in time to sample gnocchi with pesto al Genovese, a regional specialty- delicious. There aren’t enough meals in my trip ...