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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... the river Arno - pretty impressive. Better still we got introduced to the italian pre-cursor to subway, it is family run and they have a self service wine for 2 euro. Of particular note in the duomo, the ceiling off the dome is all painted in frescos, however the walkway to the altar is roped off. Therefore the side of the dome that is on the congregation side of the cathedral is a little difficult to see. The other side is filled with ...
... for our earlyish flight in the. Morning. The fishing boats were returning to port and negotiating the very rough entrance then selling there catch on the wharf, fish of mainly small size, squid and small sharks, which they were skinning and gutting and throwing the bits into the water behind them, yuck. When will people learn to respect the oceans. The polystyrene trays blew in the wind and of course ended in the ...
... train with lovely seaside views. The third train we took today was from Genoa to Viareggio. This journey took 2 hours and again the train hugged the coast for most of the journey through towns like St Margarita, Le Spezia, Cararrra and Monterosso. We then needed to catch one more train, a local one this time, to Lucca. We arrived in Lucca at 9.00 pm, caught a taxi to our hotel, dropped our bags in our room and headed out to eat. We found ...
So today was a travel day, headed down the street from the homely and good value Hotel Giglio to catch the bus to La Spezia, train to Lucca. Got on the right bus and occupied the handicapped area with my bag, not earning brownie points from some older ladies, but there were other spare seats.. Got off the bus early, but managed to find the tourist office and wandered up the main street of La Spezia, ordered a coffee and found free wifi. So found train and platform, ...
... and getting to know the locals and basically learning & living the Italian life. Need to see a chiropractor and you wouldn't believe it but Stephen used to live & work in Camperdown 27 years ago... so we had lot's in common and after 2 visits I think I'm back on track. Not being on the coast... the food has changed & obviously more tuscan but we have 200+ restaurants to choose from so we are working our way through some of the recommended ...