Manuel Country Hotel & Residence
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... we went back to our room and we had each bought a bottle of wine and were planning on drinking until the girls staying in the room next to us started drinking in our room. They were nice but they were extremely boring and I decided to wash some of my clothes instead of talk to them. Sophie went to sleep and after about 30 minutes we all decided to go to bed. I would have wanted to participate but they were just so boring I couldn't. Josef started ...
... bottle. The track is extremely narrow in parts, anywhere else and you wouldn't dream of walking along it. Lots of people had fold up sticks to assist as there were very few rails and coming down was difficult. I was surprised at the number of families with children under 10 years that walked the track - one family had 4 young children, I saw the youngest being carried at one stage.
... Pisa. We
got off the train and walked through the station. A big group packed
the station so we walked into the chef express/McDonald's to sit down.
There wasn't anywhere else to really sit. And this was the only real
place to get food. It was like a sandwich bar, supermarket and
McDonald's all in one. Really weird!!!
And the air con wasn't on and
neither was the "free wifi"... But at least the seats were
comfortable... They had to be ...
... I had a certain expectation of a decent but fairly bland hotel so was very pleasantly surprised to find it so elegant and full of personal touches. We were greeted warmly and furnished with maps and directions to anywhere we wanted to go which at that point was up the stairs, down the hall and into bed!
But no! This is where Holiday Boot Camp begins! No lying down on the job! It was Mum who taught me the phrase "you can sleep when you're dead" ...
... There was one spot where the whole path was blocked by fallen dirt and rocks, and there was a large flat rock (looked similar to a tombstone) laying diagonally (on a slant, like a 45 degree angle) across the fallen dirt and rocks, and it was completely blocking the path. We had to somehow manoeuvre around the large flat rock to be able to continue on the path. There was a little bit of a steep slope on the left that only went down three metres max, but there were ...