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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We were picked up in Lucca for our day trip to Cinque Terre. Our first stop being Riomaggiore, where we walked down (luckily) a extremely step hill, passing houses and shops. We had free time here and as we hadn't had breakfast we sat on the sea wall and ate the bread rolls we had prepared at the B&B. We watched some very mad guys jump into the water off the rocks and then climb back up again. Because of the steepness and the short time available we did not go back up ...
... that card had long since been cancelled. The clerk weighed putting us on the street but finally decided to make a "special exception" just for us, sheesh. Getting to our room we were a little shocked by the small size, barely room for us, the suitcases and the bed! After settling in we went downstairs to Jim and Linda's room where we found a two-story suite with a balcony, now wait a minute here! Jim advised Lucie ...
... the museum was worth my time. They also have a lovely cafe where I got a delicious pasta dish for my dinner.
Upon exiting the museum, I saw some clouds were moving in and it was cooling off. I walked around the museum grounds a bit and then headed back to the hotel to avoid any potential rain showers that might go along with the rumbling thunder.
I only saw a small portion of Amsterdam today, but I enjoyed what I did see. It ...
... convince the Harley-Davidson Discover More team that I am the passionate motorcycle rider they are looking for. The Ambassador who loves to ride and write.
... practice their religion in secret and pass on their traditions and values at a time when they were told their religion was poison. Tibetans have held on to their traditions which are probably stronger than ever today, and no party propaganda, or being kept in the dark will change that. As a visitor, you are not free to enter TAR (Tibet Autonomous Region), you need a special permit and at every point before entering a city or special area, there's a checkpoint Charlie. You also ...