- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... facilities, pools on the beach and health spa's. Bagno Teresa was no exception. We opted for a package offering a beach 'tent', changing cabin and loungers on a great pitch next to the sea. We were not disappointed! We had great views across the coast toward the Apuan Alps and the nearby harbour, a quiet position on the beach, access to the restaurants and no drunken louts in sight. At lunch we had a selection of seafood tasters each, 5 seafood starters each consisting of fish ...
... yogurt tasted very different then what you buy at the store and with the added honey, this was the perfect way to end our meal. Just as we were finishing our lunch, a bus load of American tourists arrived so we said our thanks and goodbye and left Pienza and headed to Siena before the new group settled in. The only thing louder then an Italian is an American in Italy!! To quote my son “Everybody Run!”
We found Siena ...
Wow I really need to catch up on this week before I forget, I've been so busy and having Tamara with me has meant the nights are also a little longer when you have a drinking/eating partner. It's been great to have the company to share part of the adventure. It's currently Wednesday 28th May and according to Facebook the Blues won game one!!! AWESOME!! Now back to where I am. I am ...
... out quickly and there was no immigration to clear so no Firenze stamp in the passport. In the washroom as I tried to get the soap dispenser to dispense soap, a nice Italian girl said "It's not working", pointed out the one functioning dispenser, and added "This is Italy." (!) Having bought a guide book and map (still need to get supplies for the road), it's now 'waiting time'...more than four hours before Siân gets ...
... itself was very clean. After snapping a few pictures, stopping for a beer and toilet, we caught the train back to our quiet and peaceful Lucca where we cooked in our kitchen a delicious spaghetti bolognese. I'm now sitting on the train to La Spezia where we are going to hire a car and drive around to see if we can find the old farm house that Grandma and Grandpa bought and lived in for a few years. Tonight, we will stay in ...