Hotel La Villa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wow.... It seems that I am making a habit of being wrong.... At about 7.30 last night Emma posed the question "What is it going to be tonight?" referring to our luck with music, fireworks, noisy neighbours or other things that can keep us from a decent night sleep.... I responded with "Nothing, I think we will sleep like babies!" It wasn't until about 10.30 when we went to bed that I was proven wrong! The sound of a live band seemed to make sense after Emma had commented on the amount ...
... and am not supposed to get my ear wet so I was confined to wading out and dunking my shoulders under, but this was enough to cool me down. I was content to simply read. What can be better than reading with no interruptions and I am so lucky my daughter follows me; content to sit with her head in her kindle! She is reading a 900 page book I have recently finished, called Shantaram, which she is loving. I finished a book I ...
Well, we all managed to sleep pretty well considering. In fact, I would say it was my best night's sleep yet. I am very definitely not a cold temperature person; the cold makes me miserable. Once I get warm I’m happy! It was lovely not to wake up in the night cold.
We had a lot to sort out today; a tent to be pitched, stuff to be dried out. This took quite a while, and we chilled out afterwards. Tegz and I chilled out ...
... to the German group initially, we managed to find the English tour, and despite what seems to be a common problem with English speaking groups (which is trying to hear the speaker, when all around you the one family member who speaks English loudly translates for the other member of their family) it was an absolutely fascinating tour.
On the drive home the rain started, but we stopped at a hypermarket en route, and filled up with ...
... Lunch was taken at a service station on a high view point overlooking the Med. We had bought bread rolls, so our homemade ham, rocket and ciabbatta rolls looked, tasted and cost far better than those on offer inside.
At times the road seemed endless, particularly as we got closer and realized that the dark clouds were not going anywhere. By the time we reached Sinalunga to do a big food shop it was pelting down. The supermarket there was ...