Park Hotel Napoleone
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... owed for the berth. NO CHARGE for 2 nights stay which made us really happy.
That evening the wind increased considerably and had changed direction so we found ourselves being bumped against the concrete quay. With some adjustments we thought we had it fixed but about 10pm we were outside in the rain and wind moving the boat along to the next berth where a very large permanent ...
... home of Napoleon. The island is small and can be circumnavigated by vehicle in a day. Unfortunately we did not explore to much of the island but did have a chance to stroll around the little harbour, the home to many yachts small and grand. I particularly liked seeing the rows of local fishing boats their bright colours offering old world character. Greens, blues, reds and whites vivid in contrast to the sea water and sunshine, as the locals bought the daily catch, helped ...
... Lovely. That's the longest siesta I've ever heard of. We found a pizza place that had the worst pizza we have ever tasted! On our way back to Cortona we stopped in Montalcino which just happened to have a medieval festival similar to the one we were hoping to see ... "yes!" only it was just ending. We joined the locals as they paraded into town dressed in their medieval costumes. The town was beautiful and we found a lovely restaurant to end our ...
... followed a group of people that were on a guided tour around the Vatican so I got to hear about all the history which was really awesome. After finishing off my list of things to do in Rome, I booked my ticket to Follonica. The train would be leaving a little after 6 and arriving just before 9 which I thought would give me just enough sunlight to find a good place to camp out for the night. I was right and after walking around for about half an ...
... it was an hour's drive to the pretty coastal town of Piombino (which very nearly means something pretty fruity in Italian), during which we were continually entertained by Giovanni, who is a cruise ship captain for Costa and very close friends with Costa's now infamous Captain Schettini. As a result, we were given some priviliged, as yet unpublished, information about the crash and the now beleagured captain Schettini which would probably be ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool