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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Johnny’s Restaurant and the two weird ladies we see walking around San Felice – Josy I believe they may be 'ladies of the night’ and they were very pleasing when Craig said Bon Jorno to them! Uliveto/Saturnana is also well positioned for lots of nearby beautiful places to go and see like Florence, Lucca and Pisa – which was such a pretty find for us. A big bonus has been having Giorgio and his lovely family to live around ...
... it. The population in the past were fiercely independent and this is reflected in the fixtures and fittings in and around the Duomo. Not the usual religious iconography here with Jesus or Mary or the various saints and Popes. No, here you get lions and dragons and a figure that looks like something out of a Grimm Brothers fairy tale taking the dominant position at the back behind the altar. So unusual was this place, that even The Palestine among us went in for a ...
... When we got back to our place, we once again tried to get into our room only to realise it was the tree room again! Oops - I don't think he was very happy with us but luckily this time he didn't come out so we quickly let ourselves into our room. The next morning we had an early start as we'd booked an all day Walkabout tour to visit Cinque Terre. Luckily we weren't hungover and feeling quite good and made it to the bus with a few minutes to spare. ...
... Once we enter through the brick walls surrounding the courtyard it's a beautiful sight seeing the leaning tower in behind a big beautiful baptist church and separate cathedral. Its great people watching all of the people doing their leaning poses and other more interesting ones. We then board the bus for some more travel onto Florence. As the bus rolls into the city all of the group are keen for a big night as the past two have been pretty quiet. So we ...
... makes an announcement and all the Italians start moaning and rAising their hands... Now because we were on a local train for free there was no English to follow. Luckily one of the men in another row explained that there was someone 'protesting' and we had to wait for the police to come and clear the rails. It would take an hour... It took longer so I got up and went for a walk all the way to the front of our leaning tower of train. I took a picture but I'm ...