Il Piccolo Castello Hotel
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... night in was in store after a big lunch and being exhausted from walking so take away pizza and a movie in our room was the plan. Man if only take away pizza was that good back home. I think I have ruined pizza now for the rest of my life, my god its just too good here!
We were pressing onwards to make it to Cinque Terra, but had a few breaks from the toll highway and a small detour to see the coastal town Porto Fino. In the future and with more time Dad and ...
... A couple of the old buildings that we visited are still used as public buildings today. For example, the Tribune (court house) has a fabulous ceiling, which I am sure poor sods will appreciate as they turn up for their day in court! We had lunch in a small trattoria overlooking one of the squares - beautiful pesto gnocchi for me, and pasta for Garth, with the obligatory red wine and sparkling water. And loads of fresh bread to mop up the sauces. So ...
After spending our first night in the cabins where Claire yelled at the neighbours for being loud we woke up for a long day in Venice. We had a quick but nice breakfast then met jess at reception for our ferry ride in. After a half an hour journey we arrived in Venice the city built on water. Venice was huge, so easy to get lost. We started with 10 of us and slowly lost them as the day went on. We walked around the streets and markets (looking for masks ...
We drag ourselves reluctantly out of bed. Yet another 35 degree hot day. A Ciao Florence tour is on the cards today. We board an air conditioned bus stopping at Monteriggioni the tiniest wee medieval walled city perched on a hill that is only a few hundred metres in each direction. Time for a caffeine hit. Not much to see ...
... South of the river by a kilometer called O' 14. I had Mushroom Risotto and Doug had Seafood Risotto and we shared a meat and cheese platter, very tasty.
From there we visited some of the sights in the pictures and walked, and walked, and yes walked.
We are both grumpy today and have snapped at each other but we have also held each others hand anyways.
Love you all,