Park Hotel California
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from San Giuliano Terme
... It never entered either of our heads to dress more respectable to go inside such an important place. I was wearing a short skirt and singlet but no legs or shoulders should be bared, I was gutted but had to laugh. It just meant we would have to spend another night in Rome and return again tomorrow. We had a pleasant, fairly quiet walk around areas we didn't see yesterday and slowly made our way back to the campsite where, whilst attempting to toast french bread with cheese I burned ...
... The five villages of the Cinque Terre, are different from and yet similar to each other. This section of the riviera has been declared a National Park and it is very common for people to walk the paths between the towns, there are often landslides along the coastal area and so the paths get washed away and closed. The path was closed when we were there and you could see where it had been swept away by the slides. There is a path higher on the hill you can take but it is ...
... Two cheese toasties later we headed back to relax on the terrace in the sun.
We sat on the strange plastic chairs with our wine after Lyn had got glasses and ice from the grumpy barman. We sat there chilling, reading our Kindles and munching, all with a multi million dollar view in the sunshine. Life was good!
We headed out to look at the tower all lit up in the dark and then found a bustling little restaurant to eat at. It was a good last evening in Pisa!
... looks crooked! Next I clamber up the side of the mountain as a shortcut to reconnect with the road farther above....into the long, long tunnel... walk and walk... until I come out on the other side, in another province... another segment of this journey. Once again there are several cozy towns in the higher slopes, but there are frazioni not communi--so they don't count as new towns. But by evening I finally reach the provincial core: the beautiful walled city of ...
... however we were soon shocked into reality when we saw that the cost to climb was a whopping 18 Euro's, 10 or 12 we would have probably paid but 18 was a little steep for a short leaning tower, so we declined and took a few more photo's including those of the cathedral and basilica beside it. Back on the street again we were confronted by the usual crowd of hawkers trying to sell, dodgy Rolex watches and Tower ...