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- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Concierge desk
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... you're too "shy" to give your partner a kiss in public? In my personal experience, I have never been opened to too much PDA...
My opinion has now went out the window. Who doesn't want to be claimed by the one they love unless they are still searching? Give me a bear hug, grab my hand, and guide me through the busy street, kiss me on the forehead, dance with me, make it known that I am yours, and you are not available for anyone else. Why not?
... most places were closed. We had a drink and some snacks at Bar Gio (the kitchen was already closed) and then dined at Miky, an expensive but highly recommended restaurant. The food lived up to the hype. I had salt crusted sea bass, C had mixed fried seafood, and P had a steak with cheese. We finished it all off with a dessert of lemon cake. By this time, it was getting late, and we'd had a full day so we headed off to bed.
On Thursday after visiting Pisa, we decided to train into Cinque Terra since we only had one night there. The train was about 2 hours and when we reach we realize that there isn't any easy way to get to our hostel. So we found a taxi that was willing to take the 10 of us to our hostel for a reasonable price. Little did we know how far this hostel was. It took about 20 minutes and was all the way up in the mountains. The ...
... other tourists were scarce. I had Bryan take a picture of me in the silly pose that everyone does. I figured Dad would be proud. :)
Then we started walking back to the other train station in Pisa. I was feeling pretty exhausted. So I started reading all of the signs I saw with my best Italian accent to stay awake and amuse myself. "Pasta-ree-ah! They sell pasta. Paneria. They bake bread. Pizzeria. That's an easy one. They make pizzas." And so forth. There ...
... floats are flood lit, and the crowd celebrating in the streets are lit from some inner light, often enhanced with a little birra or vino of some kind.
If the costumes of Venice were Hollywood level period clothing, many of the costumes seen on the streets of Viareggio were vintage Halloween. Mom and Dad pulled out the costume of being fuzzy bears from 1980, and passed them down to Junior and his new wife. They would just add ...