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Travel Blogs from San Giuliano Terme
... was completely awash with inches of water. I copped the bow wave of an oncoming car which hit me fully across the chest -.my cycling top was covered with bits of leaves and assorted flotsam of the road!
This first storm was soon over and things dried up but when the next storm came it went on for hours.
Anyway, we made it to Lucca and as I sit here now in the early evening the sun has just come out.
120km on the clock for the ...
... Pisa. We
got off the train and walked through the station. A big group packed
the station so we walked into the chef express/McDonald's to sit down.
There wasn't anywhere else to really sit. And this was the only real
place to get food. It was like a sandwich bar, supermarket and
McDonald's all in one. Really weird!!!
And the air con wasn't on and
neither was the "free wifi"... But at least the seats were
comfortable... They had to be ...
... thrill of the new. Left to my own devices I would have been wrangling with maps and asking directions but one of the very many great bonuses of traveling with Mum is that I (and my Dad and sisters) insist on a higher level of travel and comfort for her so rather than walk or bus to our hotel, we jumped in a taxi and were there in moments.
Hotel Alessandro della Spina was the first hotel I booked of the whole trip for its high rating on Trip Advisor and ...
Siena, a university town nestled in the hills, narrow streets, steep alleys, a Gothic Duomo (cathedral) and a immense Piazza del Campo. It is divided into 17 contradas (neighbourhoods) each with its own banner representing an animal, a turtle, a porcupine etc... Had a Cappuccino on the piazza where twice a year the famous Palio is run. Tons of sand is dumped on the perimeter of the piazza and they have horses and jockeys vying for ...
... if you don't know this already, beaches in Italy (and probably most of southern Europe) have one tiny section called "the free public beach" and the rest of the beach is private. Anyone can be in the private section if they don't mind coughing up 20 to 30 euros for an umbrella! Since we couldn't even find an empty grain of sand on the free beach, we headed to the expensive umbrella section. We seriously tried to find someone to pay, but it was late in the day and ...