Hotel Astor Viareggio
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..........Just another night, hugging my pillow". (With grateful thanks to Tony Christie). Gedditt?
If you've got this far, you may be wondering if it's possible for us to 'pun' every entry title? actually, so are we. As we're not convinced that we can, we've introduced plan B which is to use song titles or lyrics starting with the above. With probably more songs available than puns, the world's our lobster.
Anyway, how do you confuse The WAG without even ...
... our feet to actually grip the stair. Once reaching the bottom - we were in the centre of the village. We grabbed some ice cream and headed back up some stairs that would take us now to the left side of the village to an embankment that they think is a beach ;)
The pebbles and rocks here were huge compared to those at Nice. Some would have been over a foot wide! IT was excruciating and very difficult to walk on. When I think of a beach.. i think of taking my thongs off ...
... said his grandmother’s friend, who was grateful to the liberators apparently was surprised when she found herself pregnant. Her response “I never looked at his eyes. I kept my eyes closed the whole time.” On reflection it was the children of mixed heritage that was the scandal, as he carefully noted all the different forces that had made up the liberators.
Randy and I climbed to the top of the ...
... white wine.
After lunch Greg and I took off to pick up the photos that were ready in Borgo Giannotti and then stopped at the micro-brewery for a couple of glasses…I also called Paul to see if he wanted to join us…I didn’t have to ask twice!!! He was there in a second.
After a few drinks we made our way back to Brunella and relaxed for the rest of the day and then at about 8.30 made our way to ‘San Giorgios’ for a return visit ...
... the famous tower, the Duomo and the Baptistry are situated on a huge grassy open space – unlike so many other grand churches packed into the tight confines of Italian towns and often difficult to take in fully with adequate distance. The Baptistry is a spectacular round dome and, as those of you who have visited know, it is famous for its remarkable acoustics. Our surly ticket taker emerged from her dark ticket booth on the half hour to ...