Relais del Lago
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... number etc etc. the train was a little late but I had a direct journey so didn't need to be concerned. We passed by a couple of the villages we had visited during the week - from the train the villages perched high on top of the hills looked too much for cycling - my body was exhausted. Arrived back in Florence and found a taxi. I was a little worried about being able to check in as it was only just after midday. I thought I might have to drop my bags and head out for a few ...
... Jake got salami, artichokes, and sun dried tomatoes. Since the rain just kept on keepin' on, there was no pressure to get anything touristy accomplished, so I just studied Italian. Heaven. Rain and study--what could be better? Dinner with Fabio and Jeanne was sublime as always. Chick pea soup for primo, chicken and olives for secondo. Delicious. I don't know how they magically toss these gourmet meals together every day but they do. Makes me want to do ...
... closed and his poor elderly wife got stuck on the train without him and the heavy luggage. We caught a taxi to our hotel - Hilton Metropale. It is expensive and out of the centre of town but I couldn't get anything closer, . Unknown to us the World Cycling Championships start here tomorrow and it is unbelievably busy. We found our way back into town, had lunch and coffee, then walked through the old town. We came across ...
... the train to Monterosso at 1:30 PM.
This city was obviously the beach option of the cities. Before getting into the actual city, we passed a large stretch of beach area. This was full of tourists swimming, sunbathing, taking pictures, etc. We then passed through a tunnel into the old city exploring, and kind of looking for a pizza place. It was a small village (as all of them were), and we decided to wait on buying any pizza until the next city. ...
... there was minimum noise as people walked around.
After the rest of the group came back to the bus we drove to Viareggio which is a small beach town right on the coast because we had extra time to kill before our tour of Puccini's villa. It was such a pretty town. I loved everything about this small beach town. If you looked one way it was the ocean and to the other side it was mountains. Such a pretty place. We got lunch and ate it on the beach then went for a ...