Hotel Le Pozze di Lecchi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... was after six o'clock the owner of the shop was there and we left the bikes.
Because the restaurant at the castle was closed, we bought two pizzas that, after showers, became our dinner together with the "welcome gift wine" from the castle. Seems like an easy way to fix food but it is not easy at only six o´clock in the evening - it took three attempts and almost an hour until the cook was willing to start making the pizzas.
... the market area where Wendy bought just one, smallish purple scarf. Next we went back to the hotel to pick up some lunch, have a quick bite yo eat then back out again for the trip to Pisa. The drive to Pisa took about 75 minutes and we wound our way in a Mercedes minivan around the small streets of Pisa to finally get to THE tower, and, yes, it really is leaning! We did a quick shop and met our guide who might have been called ...
The hotel room was terrible, so we asked to change. We got another room opposite the room we had but across the hall. It was smaller and looked out onto a courtyard. The breakfast was white bread rolls butter and jam, the capaccino was excellent, the bread and jam very average. We walked over to the train station and organised our train to Vernazza. The day is ...
... gardens. The Boboli Gardens are not as immaculate as the Tuillerie Gardens in Paris, but to me, they are even prettier and more special. There is a wildness to it all that is controlled. There are many secret paths and alcoves throughout the gardens with hidden benches where I can imagine lovers would sneak off to be alone. I sat in one of the hidden areas for a few minutes in the shade and relaxed and enjoyed the quiet, the birds singing and ...
... the Basilica di San Lorenzo. Pedestrians are surrounded by stall after stall of street vendors hawking their goods. Leather purses, t-shirts, leather jackets, tchotckes, leather gloves, and just about everything else one could possibly want...75% of it in leather. I wish they'd hurry up and invent smell-o-vision; it was that kind of enticing. Like any street market, there was a mix of decent quality items and cheap knock-offs, and it wasn't all that ...