Hotel Abetone Piramidi
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... no more! Avis take ages to work their machines, car needs to be filled with petrol, they can't read the map (the map they gave us!) and direct us the opposite way to we needed to go (it was actually extremely easy but as Eth suspected they had it upside down!). I'm relearning left-side manual with Eth and Geoffrey attempting to work out the rather confusing Italian signage-in 20 years since we were last in Italia, they ...
... being over the ridge. Signage along the road would indicate that the area was also popular for cross country skiing and snowshoeing.
Yesterday it was 30+ degrees and humid, today in Abetone, 12 degrees and threatening rain. What a difference a day makes!
Continued along through the mountains, heading towards Castelnuovo to complete our circuit to the Serchio River valley. TT indicated that we should leave ...
... distracted by dressing Millo up as a girl. He is surprisingly convincing as one. It was scary.
The day ended with us going to a restaurant for dinner. There were about four other
families there and so the dinner started awfully with me surrounded by small people while all the adults were up the other end. However, it ended up being quite entertaining. Livia moved down to my end (Millo ...
... than watching a small boy struggle to keep his balance while wraped in a chain of green balloons.
On Metta’s return she wanted to watch a film and decided, rather randomly, that she wanted
to watch The Breakfast Club. Thinking that it was suitable enough I agreed, despite knowing that she probably wouldn't like it or have a clue what was going on, and it was only about 15 minutes in that I realised how many times they swear in it. ...
At the east end of the exterior, high on a column rising from the gable is a modern replica of the Pisa Griffin, the largest Islamic metal sculpture known, the original of which was placed there probably in the 11th or 12th century, and is now in the Cathedral Museum.
The interior is faced with black and white marble and has a gilded ceiling and a frescoed dome. It was largely redecorated after a fire in 1595, which destroyed most of the Renaissance art ...