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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... was hell, especially for Jenna. It got to the point where Jenna cracked them at me for now reason because the hike was "stupid". I felt for her though as the first half an hour was all climbing up steps that were very steep and were half way up her thigh. After a mini tantrum she composed herself and smashed the rest of the steps.It was even hard work for me. The hike took us just under an hour and half thankfully because if it had of taken us any longer ...
... hill. We would like to have seen more of it but time didn't allow. We did the 40 minute bus trip to Pompei and had an interesting morning with our English/French speaking guide. She was quite informative. Pompei was completely covered in volcanic ash in 79AD. It was first excavated and 'rediscovered in 1748. The ash had preserved the town and when it was cleared away the whole town could be identified bit was a Roman town and interesting to see how they lived in those days. ...
... to be underground. We start checking the Navman for other options and realise we are in (heavily censored) FLORENCE!!!!!
Meg goes into defensive mode. How did that happen?
The Navman must have defaulted to the Stationze communale at Florence. Aaarghhhh!
We get Wifi and contact our host to ask if it is ok if we are another 1 and 1/2 hours. He is happy for us to arrive later - thank goodness.
Clint is tired, without glasses and it is dark. ...
We left Lucca pretty early this morning, and from a post match report perspective, yep i would come back to this place. Today we are off to La Spezia, a sea port just to the south of the Cinque Terra. This is a big naval base for the Italians and when you look at a map you can see why, it isnt far from Genoa, the french coast, the spanish coast so i was expecting a bit of 'old fortifications' and there was plenty of that. It is also a port of call for the smaller ...
... though. It was raining and by 8am a massive thunderstorm had hit the town. I thought to myself ..oh no I won't get to see the Cinque Terre. I checked the weather radar to see if the storms would pass and it looked very promising. By 10 am the rain and storms had passed..I forgot to say that the sound of the thunder scared the hell out of me. I've never heard thunder like that before. Mary and I headed to the ferry service for our tour, it ...