- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
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... phone box is to Britain, and the wasps come from a small town not far from us called Pontedera. We had been waiting and waiting for a rainy day to make the 40km drive south down to the factory, as we knew there was a museum at the site, and thought it might be worth a look. Well, it certainly was, and best of all, it was free too.
Piaggio, the parent company, was established in 1887, and eventually found themselves making aeroplanes and aeroplane ...
... held an international competition with architects all around the world to see if anyone could make it structurally sound and safe to climb and use. The winners came up with the idea that you could inject cement deep down around and under the base. Since then the tower had been safe to climb and enjoy from above and below. We climbed up the 400 and something steps to the top which revealed a pretty magnificent view of Pisa and it's surrounds. The bells at the top ...
... bring our own drinks.
We headed out to view the tower and had a little walk around. It was so funny walking around viewing people in the famous, "look at me I'm propping up the Leaning Tower pose"! We then found a supermarket just outside the city walls and bought 2 bottles of wine, a Pinot Grigio and an Orvieto and some Pringles> We stopped off for some mid afternoon cocktails and managed to slip into the best al fresco bar seats in Pisa.....a stone's throw from the ...
... round trip was not really the best start to my journey to Milan so decided to buy provisions for my train trip instead. I found a great little supermarket/deli and bought some thinly sliced porcetta, french stick, gorgonzola, salad and some local wine. I think I caused a bit of a stir in the 6 seater compartment when I started slicing, dressing, filling and generally making myself at home. They might be stylish these italians but ...
... some mussels at the store and decided to bring them back to our mountain retreat and cook them up. There was no price tag for the mussels, but we knew it had to be cheaper than eating them at a restaurant. Turns out, the nearly pound of mussels cost us less than 50cents! Total! Bridger made up a sauce with wine and oil and cream and tomatoes to go on top. Perfecto!
Beautiful day, fun hike, great food.