Hotel Villa Cristina
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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A few weeks ago now , we decided that we needed to seek out the last bit of summer sunshine we exiled ourselves to Italy's version of Rottnest .....Isola d'Elba
Elba is just off the Tuscan coast and is Italy’s third-largest Island. Ronaldo meandered west from Panicale, across Tusany , to the coast and we all popped onto one of those ginormous ferries from Tuscany's Piombino Port and an hour later arrived at Portoferraio Port ,Elba's biggest ...
... mixed with tuna and we won't know the difference. When lunch time finally rolls around we are hungry and hot. We find a cute spot on the ocean front and park ourselves on the point. Kory opens the cans of tuna I had bought and was greeted with a surprise of tomato sauce, tuna, and peas......hahaha ewwwww. I laugh, and laugh and laugh some more, that explains why it was so darn CHEAP compared to all the other cans. For some reason the picture of tuna in red ...
Cloudy dark skies lay ahead of us today. We started the day dry and it wasn't long before we were both soaked to the core. The rain showed no sign of letting up. It made it difficult for us to navigate our way through city roundabouts and highway exits. Not really sure the route we were suppose to be going we ended up on a busy highway that is forbidden to bicycles. We learnt the hard way, we were thrashing along in the rain when we heard ...
... we quickly checked in, dropped off our stuff and went to the beach. While the others laid on the beach loungers I played some beach football with some Italians boys. It was a bit of a challenge and fun.
For dinner we went to a restaurant which was on a beach. It was very nice and beautiful. We could see the islands of Elba, Corsica and ...
... s playing the "rational" music of Bach. He points out that the pianoforte was invented in Italy, but no pianos have been manufactured in Italy for many years - the Germans took over their development. He gives us as we leave, a page from a printed book which dates from 1600. Lunch is at a small restaurant near our hotel, and it makes up for last night. Simple and delicious. We are served by two attentive women: bruschette, pappardelle ...