Park Hotel I Lecci
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- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
- Concierge desk
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... head .....so here comes the history lesson.
"Elba has been inhabited since the Iron Age. Ligurian tribes were followed by Etruscans and then Greeks. A rotating cast of residents, refugees and pirates made appearances in subsequent centuries including the Pax Romana, bands of North African raiders, the Spanish and Cosimo I de' Medici, who in the mid-16th century founded and fortified the port town of Cosmopolis, today's Portoferraio.
But none of ...
... it difficult to find spots to hide, Italy has proven to be consistently quite built up with homes and towns. Not ideal when cycle touring and trying to free camp. We had talked earlier that maybe we were approaching Italy all wrong. That we need to let go of the fact that we can't be cheap and we need to suck it up and try travelling the country in a different style instead. That may mean we need to stop in at campsites and pay the ...
For our last day we thought we would drive around and see several Roman ruins which were shown on maps. The maps we had clearly showed the locations but we couldn't find them.
While we didn't see the Roman ruins, we did see the massive geothermal energy system around Larderello.
The countryside has huge pipes running through it, and while not pretty, they are much better than coal mines. Apparently Italy is ranked 5th in the world for renewable energy.
... Viagra....we mistakenly thought that bell peppers were capsicum....but no...they were chilli peppers .....also with spicy Italian sausage.....it was quite hot so to speak. Free time to wander the street markets.....beautiful leather everywhere.....shoppers paradise..couldn't resist the bags and also another wallet to match... You really need all day around here..luckily we didn't or I would have gone crazy buying things. We had heard ...
... around 60cm wide, and had a thick rind on the outside. They were kept on big wooden shelves and there was one shelf which had blocks of cheese from 1995- the guide said they would taste very strong and sharp! We were then taken through to the last room which was their shop where they sell their products. The meat, cheese, wine and preserves were beautifully displayed on an old wooden table. There was a big glass window behind it where peacocks were wandering ...