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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... amazing it literally followed the coast and went through massive tunnels carved into the cliff side, only coming out when there was a small town on the cliff edge. We finally got to Vernazza! The pictures will explain its beauty more than words! It was gorgeous the buildings were so colourful and the sea lovely we put our feet in so not to get wet however the sea had other ideas and splashed us a little. This was amusing to the locals as we ran off Ben holding his phone as high as he ...
... block of units with lake views. Immaculately clean and very comfortable, if a bit sterile. Run by Daniella who only attends office between 1830 and 2000 each night. Gave us good local info, but a welcome back of some tea/coffee etc would also have been nice. Cost 80€ a night in off season. Only a couple of restaurants open on Mon night, but had a good meal around the ...
... sign that tells you the next stop waiting for our piazza. We look at the scenery and it appears we are heading out to the suburbs, but still no sign of our stop. Finally we think that the sign is abbreviating the stop names so we have missed it and the bus stops at its terminus somewhere in the suburbs of Florence. We ask the driver, who was not very cheerful, and he says to get on the bus in front and off at some stop we cannot understand. We hop on that bus and off ...
... are statues and figures looking down on you. And they are all naked, and mostly male, so Ness had an eyeful all day! The best are on the main square, a huge marble fountain of Neptune and another stunning marble replica of David.
Parking in Florence is a nightmare and we originally parked Basil on a meter, but time soon ran out, so we dashed back to move him to another location so that we ...
... but that was the extent of it. Great day to get around and see the monuments and churches, very few crowds, no vendors and minimally heavy traffic on the main roads.
We stopped for lunch at Tavernetta del Battistero, where we had some really wonderful food. After lunch it was time to head back to the hotel. We were quite lucky though to have went in for lunch ...