Hotel Terme Pellegrini
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Montecatini Terme
... like a poodle. She started off by saying, "Hi my name is Titziana, but you can call me..." At this stage I was bracing myself for the coolest thing ever. I was going to get to call this lady, 'tits' all day! It was going to be great! Then she spoiled my fun by saying, "you can call me T". I was devastated! She didn't just disappoint there. Her very disjointed English, constant repeating and erratic speed made her impossible to understand. The only thing ...
... linen, bags, plants and jewellery. Whilst there were a few more stall holders that sold cheese, bread and meats, we have not found a market to rival those in France. We have been perplexed by this ever since we got to Italy. We sat down at a local restaurant for dinner, Il Teatro. As we were waiting for our meals, we heard the unmistakable sound of an Australian accent; two ladies wanted a table but the restaurant was full. As we had two spare seats, we ...
... learned about the Renaissance at Saltonstall, for the love of Jupiter. I was very impressed and very glad he could connect to some of the Uffizi things in that way. Throughout the trip, my little man could be a bit "off" and cranky but as usual, he would rally. I get it. Very few kids could be hauled into so many churches and museums and still keep their composure. All in all, I'm very proud of Jake. He was spotting St. John the Baptist using the symbolism I showed ...
... and purchased some new boots and tennis shoes among many other things.. (J) Each night we got in and passed out. We fit a lot in to our days. Luckily we had Sunday to catch up on sleep. I stayed in PJ’s until 2ish. Hehe.
First few days of classes went great! It’s so nice to be back in art classes.
P.S. We are still in search of the good, cheap restaurants here. If anyone has any recommendations, please let me know! ...
... of Montecatini Alto. You reach the village via a funicular up a steep mountain and the views from the top are beautiful. Unfortunately the rain blows in and the wind is a lot colder than it has been. We huddle under a shop awning trying to keep the umbrella up. Finally the rain stops and we continue walking around the village. There aren't many people around (I think the rain frightened the away) and the village has a quiet beauty. We choose ...