Manuel Country Hotel & Residence
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... and had 3 bottles and I told them all of my car accident. We had a really good conversation, as always, and finally decided we needed to move if we wanted to see the leaning tower. We had to print off our boarding passes first so we went to the desk to get wifi and right as I logged in, I saw pages and pages of messages that my mom had sent me telling me about nana getting run over by Peter and how he might have cancer and how Shelley broke up with Todd ...
... I have visited. Roads are replaced by canals and cars, buses, taxis and even the ambulances are all replaced by boats.
We found our hotel and then went in search of a bite to eat for tea. Chris did his research on trip advisor and found the best food Italy has to offer in the form of a take away pasta joint. Alfredo's is a tiny shop in a tiny alleyway but it was always busy, well the three times we ate there it was. I loved the pesto and Chris went with a chicken ...
... for his sculptures. Travelled down the coast to Monaco where they hold the Grand Prix and did some shopping where Tony bought his red bull T-shirt and Grand Prix hat. The first casino in the world was built here in 1886 cause the prince of Monaco needed to raise revenue to save the country as there was on money left. Visited the cathedral where princess Grace and her husband are buried. Continued on ...
... There were people out and about, drinking, eating, and socializing, which was very surprising to me. I expected to walk into a ghost town. The tower itself was a lot smaller than I expected it to be. I had always heard that it was small, but never knew that it was this small. It looked so surreal, all lit up at night. I couldn’t believe I was actually there at the place I’d heard so much about since childhood. It is a very heavy ...
... end of the station (and beyond) to board the train.
Prior to the trip, our daughter Alicia, said that much of her trip to Italy consisted of climbing to the top of something and then celebrating with gelato. We realized we were getting behind in our gelato, so we had some to try to start catching up. We rested at our hotel for awhile and then walked down to the harbor area and watched the sun set over the Mediterranean. We even managed to get to sleep early that night.