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... for telling her what to do...."Oh for Gods sake" was the gist of it! We phoned the hotel and were talked in by the receptionist on speakerphone. Left hotel to visit the Duomo, to see the paintings in the church by Parmigianino. The painting of the Virgin Mary's ascent to Heaven in the Cupola was described as 'floating through a sea of limbs, faces and swirling clouds', a 'hash of frogs legs' and later by Charles Dickens ...
Arrived in nice after a day of driving from Barcelona! Sat next to a 'gazelle' Kelly, who is from Hobart and traveling with her friend Anna. Once settled into our hostel it was time to get ready and head to a 'top deck' dinner then a few drinks at a pub. There was a live band playing and we were all dancing on the tables, the waiters insisted. A few of us stayed out and headed to a bar called the 'nice cube'! We asked for a 2€ ...
... on. So he should, it wasnt a pretty sight.
We are nowin Montecstini for the night. Went for a walk into town which was quite busy. They have a cycling competition going on and there are cute grass sculptures around town. finished the night with a great dinner, pasta and pork followed by an early night. We have a busy few days ahead of us. Off to Florence and Rome.
... today. There's not too many roads because we're starting to bike through the Alps. We never look at the route we're going to take until we wake up that morning; it's probably not the best way to do things, but it is a way, and it gets done. We try to pick roads that aren't big and yellow on google maps, and we try to connect bike paths when we can. Jake writes down the city names, and we go from there. Unfortunately there is only one non-highway road that we thought was good. We can ...
... than the others being relatively flat and has the largest beach, albeit gravel. The water seemed very cold. From Monterosso we took a ferry that passed all five villages, and many photos were taken as the best way to see the villages is from the sea. Our ferry docked at the beautiful Porta Venere which is believed to date back to the first century BC (Port Venus). This was really a surprise to us and in some ways encompassed all that was good about the Cinque Terre plus ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Stayed 14 nights at this Hotel. Food was a bit lacking never order the prawns.....very Chewy, over cooked, would never be allowed in Australia. A medium steak is closer to very rare....steak was at least nice flavoured, lucky I enjoy a red piece of steak. Staff all very nice.
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