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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... our section was just over 4.5 klms. This is considered the Riviera of Tuscany. Decided on a bubble bath slipped into our matching robes and slippies and ate in looking over the water. Such a lovely day and relaxing after being on the go. Next day drove towards Pisa enjoying the Tuscany ...
... they had to fix the 'lean' years back to make it safe to climb the tower. My fear of heights amazes me sometimes. The top of the leaning tower had guardrails all around it...basically a cage...and I was still apprehensive about going to the edge to take photos (I swear I heard other tourists laughing at me). When I get to a spot that high, I get something like butterflies in my stomach...makes me a bit woozy, then I get a tightness in ...
Today we lived as if we had worked all our lives. You know, as if we actually deserved this vacation. So we woke up and packed up our beach going wares for a trip up north to find a swimmable beach (corniglia's 'beach' is a cove full of rocks, not great for rough waters) in either Vernazza or Monterosso. Our first stop, in Vernazza, found much of the same; though Vernazza has a 'harbor' of sorts, more rough water and rocks was found. Matt and I walked about the jetty, ...
After a very frustrating hour of walking around and around Firenze Santa Maria Novella (the main train station in Florence), we finally found the bus company's ticket office that went direct to Lucca. Another example of poor signage and Italian directions, I was told about 3 times 'it's just opposite the station', when actually it was in a remote diagonal corner opposite the station, and then around THAT CORNER. It didn't help matters that the tourist info at the ...
... far enough north to allow the Germans to flee. Our guide had a charming story, but on closer review was a little scandalous. When the allies arrived they included the Buffalo soldiers, then the Pakistanis, then other forces. The Italian maidens were glad to see their liberators. The town priest warned the women to stay away from the men with the admonishment “Do not look into their eyes, or you will become pregnant.” Our ...