Relais San Lorenzo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... gallery and a place of some pretty fine marble work. Couple of things stood out in the macabre! 1) the body, wrapped in cloth of an11th century saint in on display in a glass crypt 2) there is a little miniature glass crypt behind a timber frame and when you look closely it actually has a human skull and bones arranged in the 'skull and cross bones' design. 3) just the sheer size of this empty space! Impressive. Note at ...
... ton figure out were the train was ending, since that is what would show on the board. So I nicely asked a security guard to help and he showed me the posted schedule and found out our train was to viareggio! We went to the bathroom, we had our euro ready to pay (I'm getting so much smarter). I validated our ticket, and decided mark and the boys should go and get on to get seats, and I would grab food. Well I had mark's wallet and the ticket, and ...
... and bread. And this was a really good restaurant. But best of all, was the company.
Vanda is from Brazil and speaks a little English, Theresa and her mum from Austria and Eve from England. All sitting together trying to understand each other, and find out about each others lives was fantastic. I love that stuff, and they were all incredibly interesting people. Vanda and I got on really well and I think I have a place to go ...
... Hence, there was no banter in between songs either and what thanks they gave the audience was in English anyway.
They might appear as a weird **** bunch of musicians but they sure know how to play music and get the crowd going.
A final Spritzer or two to review the concert then homeward bound. Another long day on our feet and another one to come tomorrow as we navigate 3 trains to arrive in the Cinque Terra and finally meet up with Kate, Maddy and Sal for a few ...
... ViaReggio & Forte dei Marmi beaches which go on for miles & miles. When on the shore looking back the view of the Apuane Alps is breathtaking!
Time for me to learn more of the language so off to Italian School for 2 weeks which was both enjoyable & challenging. Had a wonderful teacher & a great group in my class (a laugh a minute) but up early, into a routine and felt like I captured the essence of the Italian culture with the help of ...