Hotel Villa Margherita
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... found seats with a desk and 220 volt to
power our sorry Surface Pro tablet. It was a good time to catch up on our blog.
It was a rainy day and we could occasionally get a glimpse of the Alps.
We changed trains in Milan then caught the local in Monterosso to Riomaggiore.
We called our new landlord and made arrangements for him to meet us at the
station. Thankfully, Paulo ...
... we went back to our room and we had each bought a bottle of wine and were planning on drinking until the girls staying in the room next to us started drinking in our room. They were nice but they were extremely boring and I decided to wash some of my clothes instead of talk to them. Sophie went to sleep and after about 30 minutes we all decided to go to bed. I would have wanted to participate but they were just so boring I couldn't. Josef started ...
... north and get out of Italy, I don't want to see Tuscany, I hate italy and will never travel there again.
So now we are not speaking and it's very thick the air, and so we just drive until it's dark and we pull into a carpark in some small town and park for the night.
In the morning I find a river just 6km's from us and so we move there and park up and get a coffee.
We are now just past Ferrara on the River Po.
... So I am pleased to be able to draught behind a few of the guys, including Pecca from Finland for the flatter routes along the main roads, not my favourite riding. Today Pecca is the last man ( we would say the sweep). So no draughting there. Casciana has a welcome pool which we relax in before I take off to the town square for a beer. A nice little town, although the locals seem to view us with little enthusiasm.Tonight's dinner is a special treat; we squish ...
... where we'd have a quick stop to look at the only thing people go to Pisa to see. Here are two reasons not to go to Pisa: 1) it rains a lot there. It rained when we were there. 2) You're going to a town to walk in the rain to see bad architecture. That's all it is. Are we all amazed that it hasn't fallen? Why do people still go here? I can tell you that the only reason I went was to say I went. I climbed it with all the other people, commented on ...