Royal Sporting Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... tomorrow. So we came back and had food left from the night before and have leftovers which overall pretty much sucked and then we went up to the deck and sat out and watch the view for a few more minutes before coming down starting cleanup doing laundry finding that the laundry washer ate four pair of Elizabeth's underwear so she's without so we'll see how the underwear situation plays out for her with our three days left. We ...
It is now time to leave our hotel in Florence. All I can say about this accommodation is 'thank god it is over'. The owners were very cold and ran their hotel like a nazi concentration camp. As mentioned previously, we where not allowed to have our own air conditioner control, we had to ask every night if they could turn it on and when they came into the room to do so, we were instructed not to have the window open with ...
... and yachts line the waterfront. Very pretty.
The streets behind the waterfront are also quaint and narrow. Overhead we can see clothes drying from make shift clotheslines or on coat hangers hanging off the window shutters.
When we got back to the ship, we headed straight for the pool. Very relaxing around here and the sun wasn't too hot.
Sadly when we got back to our suite ...
... the time we finally landed! We spent a few hours at Malpensa airport trying to sort out the rental car, then it was a long 4 hour drive to the house my family were renting for the visit – thankfully my father was driving as I know for sure neither of us would have managed it! Settled in and managed to order takeaway pizza for dinner, despite us not speaking Italian and the restaurant not speaking any English – I guess ...
... sea views. We made our way back up the hill to view the Duomo and the castle. We walked pass a statue of a big momma which took Antonio's fancy!! We carried on up to wander through the Duomo. Allan and Antonio got lost and walked back down while the rest of us walked up to the top of the castle which had an amazing view of the town and the surrounding sea. Conchetta explained to us how there are numerous ways the Italians bury there dead. In the traditional ...