Manuel Country Hotel & Residence
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... the Second World War, which inevitably made them a target for allied bombing. The factory was nearly destroyed, and those naughty Germans requisitioned virtually anything that wasn’t, and shipped it back to The Fatherland. After the war, Enrico Piaggio the chairman, was looking for something to rebuild the business around. He was making aluminium pots and pans with what few staff and machinery he had left, but realised that to get the business and country ...
... and well maintained. Mum of course had a very good time pretending to be Quasi motto shouting "the bells the bells!". Mostly our day was filled with some very silly photo taking. We had a lot of fun. It was recommended to us to visit this beautiful ancient monumental cemetery. Well we certainly beat the rush and were just about the only people there. It was lovely actually. There was a beautiful rose garden and we had a lie down in the sun and had some fun ...
... Two cheese toasties later we headed back to relax on the terrace in the sun.
We sat on the strange plastic chairs with our wine after Lyn had got glasses and ice from the grumpy barman. We sat there chilling, reading our Kindles and munching, all with a multi million dollar view in the sunshine. Life was good!
We headed out to look at the tower all lit up in the dark and then found a bustling little restaurant to eat at. It was a good last evening in Pisa!
... they felt slightly short changed having to make do with a sweaty panini from the buffet trolley as I gorged myself silly. Just arrived at an excellent hostel in milan, they are laying on aperitifs and an all you can eat buffet for 5 euros so i think i might partake. Just met a young Korean , south before you ask, who is currently with me on the terrace smoking a pipe....how weird is that! Into the Alps tomorrow via the Bernina ...
... secret in Cinque Terre.
From Volastra, the walk is mainly downhill following a contour path round the rolling hills covered in vineyards that produce most of the wine for the Cinque Terre region. These hills are very steep and we wondered how thay managed to tend the vineyards on an ongoing basis let alone secure a harvest once a year. The path kept us close to the sea the entire time and there was always a spectacular view either back to Manarola, ...