- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... helpful, courteous, and curious. Always waving hi as we cruised by their little world. We've experienced soo many things and we can't begin to describe how warm and friendly the people are in all these countries. This past week has really confirmed our belief that you cannot stereotype the French as being snobbish towards Americans. Quite the opposite from our adventures. We'll miss this land and the folks we've met and established friendships with. But we will be ...
... sure. We parked at the base and followed a stone path up to the gates. Got there and it was closed Mondays as is often the case it seems. We have found that we need to check things out thoroughly on the Internet to see when places are closed....didn't do that today. Still a nice outing. Looking forward to a ravioli feed tonight with homemade sauce! Early to bed too as we are up at 6:00 am to head to Lucca to catch a 7:48 train to Venice for a couple of ...
... plaid umbrellas for about 1.5 euros since we left outs at home-- ended up never actually raining- oh well.
First we went to tour the church. It was pretty, and had some neat stuff inside- but really it looked about the same as all the other churches. From the outside it was a bit more interesting, you could see where they had stolen bricks from old roman buildings, some had carvings in them. We then toured baptistry, we got to ...
... our stroll down little alleyways and road ways looking at all the shops ( that were closed because it was between 12 and 3.30 and closed for the siesta, none the less we enjoyed the peace and quite of the deserted streets as the town took its siesta. it made it all the more interesting enabling us to walk un hindered. It was amazing however the transformation of the town once 3.30 came around. it was like one minute there was no one and ...
... to the hotel. After the hotel we went down to the town and had dinner and then went to a karaoke bar. They had really cheap drinks, andwe got this 3.5 litre tower of beer for 20 euros which had a sparkler on top when they brought it out. The karaoke was pretty funny, so we stayed there for a bit, then headed back to the hotel for ...