Hotel il Saracino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Capraia Isola
... upon his arrival, Napoleon spun into a veritable tornado of activity, ordering a plethora of public works like boosting agriculture, road-building, marsh draining and a thorough overhaul of the legal and education systems. He also oversaw improvements to the island's iron-ore mines.
Nine months later, in a panic over rumors that nervous European leaders were scheming to have him shipped off to the remote Atlantic island of Saint Helena, Napoleon slipped aboard ...
... with protection. Last day and up to brekkie early so we were near internet and could watch the Tigers play in their final. Wish we'd stayed in bed ........useless lot. After and we walked a few km to the next little village and back. Then down the 60????steps to the 'beach'. Hahahahahaha!!!' Shazz was keen to dip in the Mediterranean but nearly broke her leg getting to the water, let alone trying to get in the ...
... beautiful walks and plenty of forest
greenery in the way of beeches and chestnut trees. Very scenic drives with
plunging gorges, jagged spiny mountains with roads and small hilltop villages clinging
for a precarious hold. One holds one breath and does not look over the side of
We had a great time at an Agritourisimo camp in the heights
of Monti Limbaro in Sardinia, and did some great ...
... of the time in the water. We are amazed at how many people still smoke, and anywhere, especially the women. I'm surprised at how many French women have great legs, even the ones who are big everywhere else. John is surprised at how many women are topless at the beaches, even ones who have their kids with them. And they also put their bikini bottoms into their ........ Leaving lots of their bum cheeks showing. Guess if you've got great legs, ...
... home, by many who stayed home but trivialised his incarceration by complaining that while he was not fighting the war, they had to endure hardships like, no eggs, and black-outs, and rations...
A very good, touching read.
So that's my book review for the week....