Il Casolare Val di Mare
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... many changes both inside and outside from 13thC to 18thC be even became a prison in Napoleonic times, where a lot of its beauty was destroyed. Views are amazing and rightly so as it is a fortress.
From there we went on the ferry to ...
... taking it in turns to open the door, which felt pretty ridiculous. Ivy finally boarded the train, with our tickets unvalidated. The validation machine she found didn't work. After a few more confusing minutes, the train finally left the station.
Nearing Riomaggiore, an announcement stated that only train doors in the middle carriages would ...
... having been worn by famous people. The Motts then drove us to Lucca, just outside of Piza. Here we had lunch and walked around the town. Lucca is an example of Tuscan life. Church of San Michele in Foro and St. Martin churches were visited. It is amazing to think that all the churches we have seen they are all so individual. We then drove through the countryside to our country hotel. Another wonderful meal was eaten and we planned for our Saturday in Pisa. ...
... to a restaurant, where I got a small soup and salad alone and read for a while.
At this point, I felt lonelier than ever. I had been alone for so many days, not well enough to do much other than take short walks and lay in my room, and the dinner by myself killed me. I couldn't help but watch groups of people and couples drink and laugh and converse, which made me begin to regret the entire trip. What was the point of doing this alone? It's not nearly as fun ...
... back was short lived and if you have heard of the saying: "Things happen in three's".....well, they do, as you will see!!
Fortunately we had dropped a "pin" on the campsite location in Google Maps and though we don't have a SIM card in the IPad, it still tells us where we are at any time and it does tell us where the campsite is, so its just a case of navigating towards it....just a bit of a hassle, but a thank you to APL for the IPad ...