Hotel Villa delle Ortensie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Alright so I haven't written in a while! I told you about what I did on sunday and on monday. So here is what I have done the rest of the week...... On Tuesday, i slept in until around 9, and then had breakfast with my host mom Sonia. She took me to my future school after that to I'm pretty sure get registered. Although I don't know for sure cause I can't understand anything :) After that we drove to a guy who is my age, his name is Lucca, to his ...
In a nutshell- Cousin Corrado took us all over Lake Como, including to the castle where they filmed Casino Royale, and George Clooney's place! He took us up the mountain side. We always thought that we were at the top, but then we went higher! We went for a walk around the area. We went down to S. Segmente for an expresso and then up into the hills. We also went to Lugano Lido where Corrado works in Switzerland for a fun day of swimming. The ...
... my own meals in Italy? Plus, you just don't know what to do with half of the appliances in the kitchen - they are similar but different enough where it feels like too much brain power to figure it out. The most you would ever want to do for yourself is breakfast. So that is what we did that morning. We also needed to do another teeny tiny load of laundry in hopes that it would dry in the house while we were gone (as it was cold and rainy looking outside when we left). Trying ...
... local Cantinas and then enjoyed a long lunch sampling a few more. Our final evening was spent trying to cook our own Florentine T-bone on the bbq, a relative success but perhaps we should leave that one to the professionals. A short stop in Lucca enabled us to stretch our legs on our way to the Cinque Terre as we walked around the 4km city walls. A lovely lunch washed down with a final glass of Chianti Classico was a perfect end to our time in Tuscany, something tells me we'll come back ...
... within the hour. Walking along the spirals along the roof among the saints there was a lone saxophone player below playing the theme song from the old TV show "Mike Hammer" that resounded through the tight passages and echoed along the roof top. The whole experience, especially with sexy saxophone, was so surreal. The fifth largest cathedral in the world (second in Italy), the first stone was laid in 1386 and it took 6 centuries to ...