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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... was so confused. Apparently here they refer to them as 'chips' like the Brits do. We cleared it up though, and then at the end of our meal he poured us a round of limoncello on the house. And then he gave us the rest of the bottle. If things like this keep happening to me here I'm going to expect to never pay for anything again.
Anyways, the day was gorgeous and pretty much ideal. We couldn't swim out past our hips because the red flag for strong undertow was ...
... were so busy… people everywhere...not like the outside at all…no ‘retail’ shops open really…just the souvenir stores and a few food eateries … not all. I walked down looking to find somewhere to buy some bread and the ‘La Grotta’ shop in the anfiteatro was open but oh so busy! I decided to keep on going and along the way caught up with Libby, Vicente and their daughter and husband…we spoke for a little while but Libby was on ...
... in a little plastic container; I polish that off as well and head for my hotel, where a quick shower and change of clothes sees me on my way to the train station. The train for Viareggio is due in, in half an hour, and Steve tells me to meet him in the bar of the Principe di Piemonte, where he'll have a lager waiting. The train journey is only twenty minutes and a ten minute taxi ride sees me sitting in the bar, miles from home, with good friends, ...
... to go to Moscow…of all places… but we need to make sure it is safe and that we can afford it…it is a long way away.
These last 3 days have whizzed past and we have done very little except enjoy the day to day life…getting up when we want to …having relaxing breakfast in a beautiful location…going for leisurely walks …buying delicacies and different drinks and eating (to moderation) what we like…and then going to bed ...
... outside Siena. Michelle and I signed up for WWOOF (World Wide Organization of Organic Farming) and found a farm that needed help during their olive harvest. In return for us working 5 hours a day our hosts will feed us and provide lodging on their farm. Both Michelle and I are looking forward to being in 1 place for 11 days and learning about producing olive oil. We don't work on the weekends so we will probably take day trips to San Gimignano and Siena. We ...