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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We were organised really early, caught a taxi to Termini and had coffee Italian style before boarding the train to Milano. It is just so lovely sitting back and watching the countryside pass by, it being Spring, everything is bursting into bud and there is the odd wistaria making its spectacular entrance, it is wonderful to be alive! We arrived in Paris at 2330, a long day but it passed quickly, thank goodness for books, ipad's and Canasta. By the way, I beat Laurie. The photo of ...
... having spent so much time together. We laugh and share words & phrases in various languages. We talk about the Italian football team and argue over Italian politics (the latter is done more by them; not so much me). By the end of the day, we are completely without energy, but there is always some left to continue having fun. This includes me hopping onto the back of one fellow workers dirt bike and catching a ride home through the valley. ...
... out a few words at least, and just keep going. I'm sure we've missed some useful information at times, but at least we have no idea what we missed! Most everyone we have encountered has spoken enough English for us to communicate, especially mixed with the few Italian words we knew & have learned along the way. Folks here generally know at least enough to communicate what their business is about (in restaurants, ticket offices, etc.) even if their ...
... metres down the road and Paul tried to take the roundabout on the wrong side of the road, but was quickly corrected by three voices yelling "no, go right!!!!" Out of downtown Florence and onto to the Siena-Florence freeway headed for Our B&B accommodation. Its a two lane freeway and they drive like racing drivers along here. Sonya and I packed into the back with one of our wheelie bags jammed between us. After an hour on the road we took a break at an Autogrill and Paul had ...
... across from the station and we have decided to eat in so we go shopping. Walk the 1.6 miles back to the room and relax with our view. Later, I make Antipasto Di Charlie, and we have it and some wine on our balcony. After digesting, we cook our fresh tortellini that we bought, one kind which is stuffed with pumpkin. Dinner is fantastic, we get to watch the sunset and feel like we live in the neighborhood. A nice ending to a great day even with the ...