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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Message from Gayle....It has been a few days since you have heard from me. Ash has been doing such a wonderful job documenting our travels. Our journey through Italian Riviera has been amazing. We both love the quietness of Volterra and Lucca. Our best of the journey was Cinque Terra a seaside community on the Mediterranean Sea. The sea is blue green much like Beaches of Mayan Rivera in Mexico. Our hotel was beautiful with ...
Being the pedant that I am, I insisted that we pack as quickly as possible to make sure we could fit everything into our bags. Having bought a few extra things I was getting a little worried that we were over doing it. However my concerns were unfounded as my family proved that 4 bags worth fits into 3. Following breakfast we headed to the railway station (Termini Roma) and waited for the track to come up. I'd booked us high speed tickets to ...
... now a massive art gallery. Following the city walls up a steep hill beside the *** park, I bumped into an Italian bloke I’d chatted to in the hostel, part-way through his jog around town - both of us rather surprised. Arriving at the Palazzo Pitti just minutes before last admission time, I spent several hours wandering its immense network of rooms, admiring paintings by artists such as Titian, Donatello, Raphael and even a few by Monet in the modern section. ...
... purchases. Giacomo the Tornado won the hearts of at least a couple of shopkeepers. One elderly vendor allowed him to make a mess of her colorful display of leather coin purses.
When we got back to the hotel, my initial inclination was to rest up and take a nap before dinner. However, Janae FB’ed me to let us know they were out by the pool, so we quickly got into our swimwear and ...
... car) up to the top of the hill to the sweet little town of Montecatini Alto. The funicular takes us 1055 metres up the steep slope which reaches a maximum slope of 38.5%! The views at the top of the hill are stunning and Ronald shows us around having already spent a few days here - a small church and a large square with restaurants and outdoor cafes. After our trip back down the hill and lunch at a flash little bistro, we're off to ...