Hotel Villa Sylva
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... things out whilst we all went to nice beach but it all made us feel terrible for the whole day and was really hard for us to shake, it just outlines how careful you need to be especially as in my room with my roommates we were on the ground floor and because it was so hot we had left our balcony door ajared, but I'm pritty good at having a six sense for when someone whos not meant to be there enteres the room as I did in Belfast so I prolly would have gotten up ...
... the finishing tunnel and the "doff, doff" music was just pumping all night (they like their DJ music over here......was tempted to take the laptop down and introduce them to some ACDC!). As I said the sound was insane and just grew as the night went on. Many competitors crossed the line with family, friends or dogs (instant disqualification in Australia), some sprinted, some walked, many did 'high 5's' and aeroplanes or twirls (thankfully no one ...
Saturday night after our trip to Pisa we continued to head north and stayed overnight at a somewhat average campground. We are still opting to stay in cabins rather than "popping the top" on our van and this is largely due to the heat. It's still 30 plus degrees at 10pm at night, so it’s impossible to get a good night’s sleep with the four of us enclosed in 10 sq meters! Also the cabins are generally not a lot more ...
... on the town with Jack being tormented by a 16 year old drunk Italian. To our surprise, Harriet later confessed that Jack was't too excited about meeting two 'Americans' but after our drink and hours of talking, once we had parted ways to later meet in San Remo, Jack professed his 'love' for us on the walk back to their hotel...Well I guess we changed the opinions of two Brits...Watch put Europe, we are changing your perception ...
... It inspires me. The lady at the mini market didn't sell cold medicene at her store so she gave me some of her own out of her personal purse. So later that day I helped a different old lady carry her suitcase down the stairs. Things like this make me glad to be part of this world. My goal is still to be a part of the 157 club which I created. You have to go to 100 countries, 50 states, and 7 contenents. I beleive I can do this. Tim ...