- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was completely awash with inches of water. I copped the bow wave of an oncoming car which hit me fully across the chest -.my cycling top was covered with bits of leaves and assorted flotsam of the road!
This first storm was soon over and things dried up but when the next storm came it went on for hours.
Anyway, we made it to Lucca and as I sit here now in the early evening the sun has just come out.
120km on the clock for the ...
We decided to hit up Viareggio Beach for the day! The first time that we had to figure out the train for ourselves. Such a process trying to figure out the times and validating your ticket! We arrived in Viareggio early in the morning ready to lay out all day! We got to the beach and there was umbrellas, tents, and restaurants everywhere. Little did we know we walked into a private beach that happened to be a nude beach too. ;) ...
... 8217;t sound all that incredible until you drive through seven towns looking for a bite to eat at five in the afternoon, which is a laughingly ridiculous time to look for food from an Italian’s point of view. Even finding a small bag of peanuts can make you jump around like your pants are on fire.
We found a supermarket and loaded up on food for the weekend. The girls cooked up a hell of a dinner of pasta shells stuffed with Ricotta cheese and drowned in marinara ...
... me that I'm not going to make it. I think he was worried about me wanting to sleep on their floor. The taxi turns up at eight minutes past. Nine minutes to catch the last train, or I'm sleeping in the station. The driver doesn't understand me wanting to get their quickly, but when I urge him with arms waving and cries of "Pronto , pronto", he puts his foot down. He pulls up to the station entrance at fourteen minutes past. I thrust 10€ at him, and race ...
... but we all knew we saw some of the same sights twice. We did eventually reach the tiny, dirty, and somewhat old town of Pisa.
We parked the coach alongside about 10 other coaches in an old cark park and set off on foot. It took about 20 minutes to get to the famous tower... I guess there's not much to say about it really. It looks ...