Hotel Residence SanSano
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Babysitting service
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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- After a night in the Travelodge ar Dunmow near Stansted to miss the Tour de France UK cycle entourage through Braintree early this morning, we got to the airport in good time for our flight.
- We were due to take off at 1130 but delayed by an hour so didn't arrive at Piza until 1530 - an hour later than planned. The bus to Florence took over an hour, not ...
... since he started that when I was out getting drench! No I didn't challenge him to a race today! And no I didn't tell him my real age ... I'll let him keep thinking I'm a few years older than him, maybe he won't leave me in his dust to early in today's ride out of sympathy for the old guy! Today's ride ... 75k, 1380m in elevation gains. Starts in a couple hours at 9am. Wont be scorching hot, looks overcast. We will get a picture of us in our InGamba gear before we start ...
... it's finest! Talk about a contrast from the laid back personality of the Cinque Terre! Michael met us at the apartment we are renting from his mom & acclimated us to the 4 story staircase (a 3 butt open elevator is available for days with 15k plus steps on our pedometer...just sayin'). Our bedroom window opens up to a spectacular view of the Duomo since we are just a block off the Duomo Square (Cathedral & Baptistry). Our veranda faces a building with 2 church ...
... there but they put larger parties in the back room. Me and another single older lady got the smallest tables right at the entrance and the wine rack. I guess singles are treated the way they are in the US, put them off in a corner. The place seemed to be used to foreigners because they had English subtitles in the menu, but the food was a lot better in Monopoli. I was just glad they were open, later as walked ...
... wine. What fun it was, digging into the delicious, homey pasta, all while an accordion playing busker serenaded the crowd for a coin or two.
After a brief interlude (read siesta) in the garden at Casa Corsi, we hopped a bus to Oltrarno for a grand view of the city. First we hit San Miniato al Monte, the monastary for Benedictine monks, just in time for the evening's service, complete with Gregorian chants. Beautiful. The view from the ...