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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... villiage. Then we went home. The next day we packed up my bomb site and had a little walk and caught the train to Milan. Milan was alot more modern than all the ohter places we had been to but we were quite a way out from the city waiting for our train. We went to Mc Donald's and had to spend 4 hours there and stressing about finding if we had swapped our train from Venice to Milan. For our last night in Italy ...
If you are lucky enough to find yourself near the Italian Rivera...put on your hiking boots and head to Cinque Terre! Cinque Terre is a magical set of five towns on the Ligurian coast of northern Italy. The five towns are Manarola, Riomaggiore, Monterosso Al Mare, Vernaza, and Corniglia. We went to four of the five towns and each one was a little unique. They all had little cafes to welcome visitors along with shops and ...
We took a day trip from Lucca to Pisa to see the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa. It was only about 20 minutes by train and a nice ride through the countryside. Even though it was our first time visiting Pisa and seeing the Bell Tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa felt very familiar for a reason.
If you grew up on the north side of Chicago and took swimming lesson at the Niles YMCA then you know what I mean. The Leaning Tower YMCA has a smaller version of ...
... which (as often happens) turned out to be a gem. All of us enjoyed our salads or risotto, and were pleasantly surprised by the friendly little serving girl, who was as personable as she was efficient. She was by far the nicest server we've encountered, as most wait staff have been duds so far.
Following lunch we walked to the main shopping street, Via Fillungo, where the girls had seen some interesting shops during yesterday's walking tour, and today's ...
Somewhat surprisingly, all of us awoke this morning without any negative side-effects from yesterday's marathon. After a simple breakfast of toast and coffee, we donned our walking shoes and met our guide Maria at 10:00 AM for a guided tour within the city walls.
So off we marched for a 3-hour introduction into the history and sights that make Lucca such a fascinating place. Narrow streets, quaint piazzas, ...