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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the square), and started to line them up to parade across the stage. We should add, that it appeared that you could only enter your vehicle in to the event if you were also dressed in relevant clothing too. So the fire engine had six firemen in full uniform, the army Red Cross jeep had two soldiers and a couple of nurses etc. Following a number of speeches by the club organisers and other assorted wonks, the cars started making their way around and ...
Wednesday 11th December
Today was a beautiful clear warm day. The sun was shining the air was crisp and clear and we could see all around us today. A special day to enjoy the quiet and the views. Ro went out in the morning to take some photos. The kids and I blogged, washed clothes, explored the area we were staying and read books. It was so nice to be able to wash and have a ...
... The walk back outside the walls helps our digestion and we turn in for the evening. CNC "The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see"-G. K. Chesterton Expenses 5.50E- 2 bus tickets Colle to Volterra. CPT Bus 2E-Pastry and Cannoli 4E- 2 gelato Yogurteria Gelateria Chic E Shock via delle Prigioni 28.50E- Soup, Antipasto, chingiale pasta, wine 1.50E coperto 4.88E- bottle of red, bottle of white from Despar Market 55E- Hotel Sole Miles Walked- 9 ...
... grounds of the restaurant, and as an added treat, we were also served up several bottles of their world famous Strawberry wine, which is a spumante base, with strawberries and who knows what else in it to make it instantly become my most favourite wine in the whole world EVER!
Dessert was a Berry & Cream Torte, a chocolate torte with some sort of liquor in it (I skipped the chocolate because it's way down on my list of ...
... it was just awful when people would be coming from the other direction and you would have to squeeze against the ledge and be careful not to fall. Also, I'm not sure if they assumed giants would be climbing the mountain or what, but some of those steps were GINORMOUS for my little legs. Everyone was making fun of me of how silly I looked climbing those huge stairs that were easily a foot and a half high. It was definitely painful in the beginning before ...