Hotel Golfo del Sole
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... at night via ferry so could not really appreciate the beauty of the island till the next day. As with most of our holidays, we had a car, which along with a GPS, affords the ultimate freedom of exploration. We stayed at the amazing Relais delle Picchiaie hotel which is perched on a secluded hill a few miles from the port. Our first view of Elba was from our breakfast table on the ...
... dishes. Then a nice chicken/vegetable/potato soup. Next, tried little octopus in a sauce - they were not chewy at all, very good. And then beef and chicken that were so moist and tender. Ate way too much, but the variety and flavors were so good. The dessert was fruit which included fresh figs and grapes (looked like blueberries). Then went to bed extremely full and tired...needing to prep for day ...
... couldn’t be bothered with being polite anymore!
I headed off in the direction of Tivoli and it was all going so well. I got up into the mountains in the middle of nowhere and then, all of a sudden there was this almighty knocking noise coming from somewhere. I pulled over and checked for anything loose in the engine, or underneath but couldn’t find anything. I revved the engine, and all I could hear was normal noises. Thinking maybe it was just ...
A Population of only 12k. Three forts, massive city walls on a tiny hill overlooking the cove. Streets are paved (since 1700) in rose limestone, very pretty. Iron industry here since the Etruscan times (hence the name). It's very green (but we are further north than before), from certain angles it could be NZ. It's part of Europe's largest marine national park and also has vineyards so I have no idea why Napoleon was desperate to leave! Walked across to ...
... to a companion that he neglected to raise the barrier. Paul was accelerating, I screamed and Paul hit the brakes with mm to spare. After all that he still had to hit the horn before the fellow realised anything was amiss and raised the barrier.
Driving out across the coastal plain. Mostly fields of cut hay, some baled, some not. Fields of solar panels tucked in ...