Residenza Torre di San Martino
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Arrived in nice after a day of driving from Barcelona! Sat next to a 'gazelle' Kelly, who is from Hobart and traveling with her friend Anna. Once settled into our hostel it was time to get ready and head to a 'top deck' dinner then a few drinks at a pub. There was a live band playing and we were all dancing on the tables, the waiters insisted. A few of us stayed out and headed to a bar called the 'nice cube'! We asked for a 2€ ...
What a disappointment not to be able to find a site near the Italian Lakes. We hadn't realised that it was a special festival in Italy and it seemed like every one was celebrating at the lakes. We did see some beautiful sights while we were searching for a site. We also caused chaos on a site when we couldn't s reverse to get out. Several people came to our aid - including a very nice English chap who ...
... well versed in the Italian game of charades by now though, so we get by and order our dinner. Pasta, salad, and wine for 9 euros isn't too shabby. At like 8:30 pm Michael Tom got an email saying that the check-in closed at 9 and the woman running the place would leave after then and we wouldn't be able to enter, so we paid the bill and sprinted out of there. We still had another 10km to bike in like 20 minutes, and we managed to do it in exactly that much time. We checked ...
... walled city. The train ride is very short and well-worth the effort to visit as this is very close to Cremona. The people here are very friendly; some even stop me to ask questions and talk to me. Even though I can't say much, it's always nice to say buongiorno to a friendly face and not feel so alone. The walk from the train station in Pizzighettone is about 15 minutes or so along the river to the bridge. There is a huge wall containing this ...
Piacenza is an industrial town long past its heyday. We had chosen a convenient hotel on the outskirts- the Hotel City- a functional modern place but at least it had all the toiletries and protected parking in the basement. Beware the garage gates because they swing outwards and we managed to get the front of the Jag in the way after a very tight negotiation of the bends to the garage! Claudia was the very helpful receptionist who was there when we arrived and when we got back in ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Me and my husband went to the residence "Torre San Martino" in the village of Rivalta last May for our anniversary. It was so lovely and quiet, the atmosphere is elegant but cosy, relaxed and, as you will find out, touched with magic...
Our room had a huge Jacuzzi bath, and champagne on arrival.
The staff was so kind e the food was fantastic...mmmm
Oh and the breakfast was to die for!!
We'll certainly be going back in august, and id recommend the place to anyone.
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