Hotel Le Pozze di Lecchi
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
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... girls came in. Apparently the bouncer-lady hadn't let them in. After trying continuously for that amount of time they had finally managed to get inside. We sat around on some high stools and felt too cool just being there with our free champagne. The bartender was much nicer the second time I went up, and I was apparently convincing with my Italian earlier because he said something long to me while refilling my glass and I couldn't understand a word of it, so I ...
Start with a morning walk around Gaiole with Mum and Rose, and Mum insists on saying 'buongiorno' to everyone! We stop in at the supermarket on the way home - waiting for our fruit and vege to be served by the staff! Swim in the freezing cold pool to cool down, a scrumptious lunch and then off to a wine tasting in the afternoon. Find ourselves at 'Casanuova di Ama' with a English-speaking Italian woman. We taste ...
... town up on the hillside. Had a few beers and a pizza at a cafe near the train station and then had coffee and cake at another cafe near our hotel. Bought warren and Sam a t shirt each. Sunday - Went to Pisa to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Had cutlet and veggies at another cafe in the square down from our hotel. Monday - Went ...
After Innsbruck, I caught a train to Florence, Italy, via Bologna, Italy. Again, I took the opportunity to spend a few hours in Bologna before my connecting train to Florence. I really wanted to try some Bolognese cuisine, but all the places I had read up on were closed for the summer! However, the things that were not closed were the gelato shops, so I bought some really nice gelato instead while doing a quick exploration of the town. Bologna is a ...
... Californians who had taken a wrong turn and were stuck trying to turn around blocking both lanes which have to accomodate vehicles, cyclists, runners, and hikers. A narrow escape but we arrived safely to enjoy a happy hour in the gardens of our monastery. Had wild boar salami/prosciutto/aged cheeses and wine. Dinner was excellent as usual and its ...