Hotel La Pace
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the second go I understood it all. I just had to think hard before I constructed each sentence. It's a strange feeling to do that. A good one but your brain has to work faster than usual and you feel it's slower than usual cause it has to translate everything. I tell you what though, I love learning languages, perhaps one day I will study them full time again-when I get sick of teaching of course. :)
... roading system and as a result have long straight motorways that manage to cross valleys and pass through mountains using a multitude of bridges and tunnels. We stopped for a quick picnic lunch just east of the city of Genoa. We continued driving towards Pisa and enjoyed listening to another audiotape of The Famous Five and their adventures. We arrived in Pisa just after 3.30pm and were stoked to find a carpark only a few minutes walk from the tower. Annabel ...
... didn't have maps and nothing was open to get a map on a Saturday afternoon. We found a kebab shop and ordered a chicken kebab - nice to have some fresh salad without pasta. The shop was very hot, felt like we were having a free sauna, it was run by Pakistani's. The kebab was very nice.
We then walked to the wall and started to walk around, they had a very basic map at a couple of places but they did not say where we were so we were unsure whether to continue around ...
... though the town which is intersected by a river with several bridges. For a moment it made us think of Amsterdam but nowhere near as pretty, tidy or clean.
We required refuelling by this time so found a nice tea house cafe where we selected savoury and sweet from two different sides of the shop and sat inside (which is cheaper than outside). It tasted as wonderful as it looked; a creamy club for Vernon with ham and a French ...
... streets, its many churches and its friendly people. Lucca is almost a pedestrian and bike city with cars being surprisingly patent with both bikes and peds.
For lunch Marco made us "curry risotto" (risotto with curry powder) I’m sure it is not a traditional Italian dish but it was very tasty. Helene joined us and we told them on all of the places we visited, it was then that we found out several things we did not do properly. We had missed going inside the ...