Hotel Tre Stelle
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... Um-Bertie-Day (?)) to get some groceries. After that 'exciting' experience, we drove back to the villa, and ate dinner. Dads just told us about how we should shake out our shoes before putting them on, not leave anything but books on our dresser, and shake our clothes before we put them on, just in case we find a scorpion hiding away! I'm a bit nervous now. Thanks a lot dad.
Got to go check my bed for scorpions.
... it made us scared for our lives because the drivers are ten times more reckless compared to NYC taxi drivers. The next morning we headed back into the center and got our bus tickets and walked through the local craft show. Then we were back on the road home, to Florence. The more I travel the more Florence feels like home. And after getting there and back safely we gained a confidence in our ability to travel on our own and not with a program like bus2alps or florence for fun. ...
... to our room and, got dry, then hung around with Lily and Ellie, then we went on a walk. We walked down The White Road, to an 'abandoned village'. When we got there, we figured out that someone actually lived there (we think!) so we started to walk back up the road, in 25-30 degree heat. Mum decided to take a 'short cut' up a grassy hill, (with bees and wasps everywhere!) ...
... and 2 pretty neat pizzerias/come bars. I would like to stay here for a few days.
We had a early pasta in a garden overlooking the valley and there were a lot of American’s around. I couldn’t work out why, but the world cycling is about to start from Lucca so maybe they were lycra’s and training up and down the hills during the day.
What a beautiful surprise it had been finding this little place. Very very ...
... We went in, had a look at the old paintings, of Jesus and saints, and angels, then we left and drove back to the villa. We ate lunch, then just hung around for a bit, then we went up to the pool for a swim. I only swum for about a minute, then hopped out and lay in the sun, eating chips. It's a hard life, but someone's got to live it. We then came back, ate dinner and desert, and we're now just hanging around. Not a bad 13th birthday. Bye. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility