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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Cecina
... and ended up hiking anyways. Once at the top, we found a cute little restaurant to eat at and I went down to the bathrooms to pee. After walking by a couple that was passionately making out, Kaleigh came out of the woman's bathroom and I was horrified to see what I had to do. There was just a hole in the ground and I had to stand on either side of it and squat with no toilet paper. There was nothing to pull to flush so it just sat there and I left, ...
... s the self serve price. To have someone pump your gas for you it's and extra 0.15€/L! Perhaps having someone pump gas for us the first time would have been helpful because we couldn't get the gas cap off. We finally realized you need the car key to insert into the cap handle, unlock it, then twist off. Our drive today wound through the Tuscany region. It is more green and less mountainous than the other regions we've encountered so far. ...
... more comfortable driving here as there are no wrong turns. Yesterday we take a trip to San Gimignano, the most famous Medieval villages in Tuscany with its walled ancient city with over 20 towers and breath taking views of vineyards and the country side. I thought Siena was my favorite place in Tuscany, but I had not been to San Gimignano. Remember the movie “Under the Tuscan Sun” with Diane Lane, well that is what it ...
My parents came all the way from Calgary to visit us here in Italy for a couple of weeks and Nina's mom and sister came down from Germany for a week. (Nina's sister hadn't seen my folks since we got married almost 15 years ago.) It was nice to be able to show our families a bit of Italy after really getting to know the country well over the past eight months. Including touring around the area, we also ...
... makes you want to cry. When it happened, the beautiful harbour was full of rocks and mud and cars and debris that swept down from the top of the town. The buildings further down the main street to the harbour had been buried up to the second floor - people were passing things out of second floor windows to people standing just outside on top of feet of rocks and mud. Of course that was all cleaned up, but you can see at the top of the town the efforts they ...