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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Monday 2 May - Certaldo - Sophie's 10th Birthday !!!! We managed to speak to her on skype this afternoon our time, before she went to school her time in Washington. She is looking great and apparently was taking Tim Tams to school to give the American kids an Aussie treat ! So good to see her progressing so well.
Pienza - for the last time …
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... some money for paper and printing however! ( I am getting pretty tough on these homeless people) We only had an hour and half in Pisa so we grabbed some lunch then headed on our train to Monterosso to start the Cinque Terre for the next four days!
Apologies this is a rather a long one - we can print this out at the end of the journey into a book hence the detail, apologies if it is getting a tedious!
Take care everyoneLove Clare and Aidan xxx
... are in Italian, English and Spanish with a few comparative words in Hungarian thrown in as well. We feel quite inadequate speaking only one language. Thank goodness the course is in English as that seems to be the second language everywhere we have been so far.
It is early morning here on Friday the last day of our cooking week and we just talked to Ali and Graeme and Alicia on Skype. The day is sunny for the moment but the wind has picked up and ...
The city is lively fun and vibrant steeped in culture and heritage. Home of the famous Michael Angelo and the Medici Family who essentially discovered him all those hundreds of years ago. Our hotel put us in the centre of town lined with shops and restaurants. Our first afternoon we pottered around and went into the Duomo cathedral. When we left a crazy Arab offered me an 'oil painting' aka print on paper for 25 Euro. I declined. He followed ...