Hotel Astor Viareggio
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... shared the great tiramisu. After than we walked and found the Palazzo Pfanner – building was quite good but the garden was truly gorgeous. Lots of lovely flowers, water fountain and white statues – we had a lovely rest in the garden in the shade. John bought some shorts. We also walked around and had a good look at the ANFITEATRO which used to be an amphitheatre but is now shops/restaurants built around in a circle – looks ...
... but there was no sign of The WAG.
Just at that moment, my phone bleeped and a text had flooded in. The message read "Oops!, I went the wrong way, please come and get me".
Yes, our intrepid explorer had left the apartment and turned left instead of right! Oh dear. The explanation would take too much space here, but I had to explain that left and right are the same in every country.
Anyway, it wasn't all bad news. Having walked 45 minutes in the wrong ...
... from and they were all great.
I finished shopping at Sidis and
let Pierro and the others know that it was our last week here… they were all
very upset and hoped we would be back sooner than later. I missed getting a
photo of them as it got a little too busy for them to stop working…I’ll have to
go back at a later date.I then walked home grabbing a coretto on the way.
Back home and Mary was very excited because everything was sorted and ...
... little better plan than sticking a pin in the map would get us, so we went to this charming seaside town. The hotel was very funky, the lobby and all up the stairs were original paintings floor to ceiling, I felt like I was stepping into Gertrude and Alice's salon. Several of them were interesting, we had two female nude sketches in our room, and there were half a dozen works, done by a favourite child hopefully, where wallpaper had been cut out in shapes and glued ...
... for for awhile now. It was getting hotter as we walked and we decided to go back to Brunella and get going on all the ‘homework’ we had to do on the internet that we haven’t been able to do (due to the slowdown).
In the afternoon I took off to the ‘Instituto Musicale Baralli’ on via dell’Angelo Custode to hopefully meet up with Marco and do some singing and organise somewhere where I can sing regularly. Unfortunately…no ...