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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- TV Other Russia
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... this morning as my thighs, quite simply, don't want to get out of bed!!
We have arranged to meet Mark, an American Italian who runs a limo service. He is picking us up in the car park of IKEA, on the outskirts of Florence, and driving us places we want to visit, dropping us off and then picking us up and driving to the next place. I actually can't quite believe David has arranged this with less than 2 days notice but apparently he has.
We leave the house at ...
... we stopped at a small gallery with an exhibition of Moses Levy. Many of the paintings were of Viareggio. Dinner was a seafood feast. There was baccala (salted cod) cooked in a rich tomato sauce. Octopus in tomato sauce. Risotto and pasta al mare followed by grilled seafood. All fresh from the boats that morning. Saturday I returned to Lucca for the day. At every corner there was another view that made you stop and reach for ...
... her sash, one of those cheap sparkly tiara things and holding that baton type stick they get for winning. The other 7 men on the programme were all dressed 'normally' or at least not in their swimming trunks you'll be amazed to learn.
We left this on for about 15-20 minutes, purely for research purposes of course, and in that time, none of the three women spoke once. Their parents must be so proud.
So what is the rare bird that has ...
... called it a night and decided I would wake up and tag along with them the next day, always having the ability to break away if for some reason they turned out not to be my cup of tea. Turns out they were a perfect delicious blend of acai berry and green tea.
In the morning we set out to our first town, taking a terrifying drive down winding roads off the side of a mountain. When I looked out of my car window, it finally hit me. I was in Cinque ...
... which we should have guessed from its name but which came as a nice surprise and as there was only one other van there, we had a sea view...very nice, thank you...we'll take that! We asked how to get into Pisa and it was a 40 minute bus ride and then a 20 minute train ride, so we thought to hell with that for just 24 km, we'll just drive in. We waited till after the rush hour, setting off about 9.30am. It was very overcast and cloudy as per ...