Hotel La Vigna
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... it didn't disappoint. A gelati by the water, a walk up more stairs to the monument and now sipping some local wines prior to jumping on the train shortly to make my trip back to my bag (hopefully it's there!) and onwards to Lucca where I will meet Tamara and navigate our way to the B&B. I think the body will enjoy a hot shower tonight :o) Enjoy the pictures...they just don't do this place justice, you really need to see it with your own ...
... fading and we might get lost.
Got back and ate at E Prie de Ma Ristorante over the road from the hotel. We had to sit inside as it was crowded on the street. Shared a pizza and had a couple of drinks each for 26.50 Euro ($38). We thought the owner didn't appreciate us sharing a pizza, but I've read a few reviews that mention him, so maybe that is his constant expression. E.g.- "The owner (or the large guy that appeared to be in charge) was a ...
The weather. since our arrival has been thinly overcast
but not grey and a fairly mild 18C
(66F) with a light breeze.
Despite there being a distinct lack of tourists, the
hawkers were still out in force along the Passeggiata stopping anyone they
heard speaking a foreign language. The usual array of Gucci and Ray-ban were on
display as well of an assortment of beads and bangles.
Whilst sitting at a promenade ...
... said, "you know how you don’t like walking on grates…well look down". The food prices were quite reasonable and we discovered that was because the portions were small, this was good as we had had a lot of food over the past few days.
Turns out the tour had 6 people. Ourselves, 2 Canadians and 2 Americans. It was funny because Andre said that Italians and French people don’t do his tour, it’s mostly Americans, Canadians ...
... this was going too smoothly so Sergio decided to throw up a small problem in the shape of the windscreen wipers going floppy and tangling with each other. Great. Emergency stop required, up goes bonnet (remember this the boot) and out come the spanners. I sat inside to make sure all working fine from inside (it was raining after all).
<Bob> The wiper problem turned out to be quite simple - just a loose bolt so ...