Piccolo Hotel Versilia
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Day 3 of relaxing on the shores of the Med on the island of Elba, and....damn it's been tough....!
We have had to walk the 500m to the local village and buy some groceries, and have had a swim every 30 mins, ..and surprising how much colder the water is than yesterday, for no apparent reason....it was a warm night, yet today the water must be 2or 3 deg ...
Isola d'Elba or Elba Island is the biggest island of the Tuscan Archipelago and the third largest in Italy after Sardinia and Sicily. It is far away from the tourist-filled destinations of Siena, Pisa, or Florence and thus often overlooked by many. The easiest way to get there is to take a ferry from the industrial mainland town of Piombino to the port of Portoferraio in Elba. The name means 'Iron ...
... have gone up in price! Vino and pizza for lunch, che sorpresa! I find I'm annoyed now when people speak English to me, I'm speaking Italian (or maybe not......) Mainland - Tuscany is only 30 mins or so away, €10 people, €50 car. I wonder if people commute? One ferry company have 100 trips to and fro per week starting at 515 am so I'm guessing so. Lots of bikes and apparently both biking and hiking are popular. Definitely a place for a holiday, ...
... restaurant, while waiting for the soccer repeats to finish and the game to begin. Not tonight Josephine. Waiting for the rain to ease, please Josephine. Better luck with the rain than the soccer, so carefully trotted back to the hotel ducking under shop awnings.
Left the door to the balcony open overnight. So relaxing listening to the waves swish gently against the shore.
... villa , La Colletta.
It was originally built by a German Baroness and then was left to its own devices for many years until Claudia and Jim saw it and restored it to its former glory in 1999. They had to get everything around to the villa by boat. All the builders had a winch everything to get all the building materials up to the decaying villa. The dry stone walls were reinforced and the garden planted. We can't get over how much it has grown in the 12 ...