La Casa sul Lago
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to get a seat at this rest. Such a good choice. From there we saw they there was done kind d of fair along the riverbanks, so we walked up and down stopping to listen to sone rally good bands, and some karaoke, then saw corn on the cob Ruvelle and I couldn't resist so got one each, and as we kept walking there was a chocolate fruit stall so Orna & morris had one of these. Then bit more walking and now really need yo get so e sleep as up early for our Vatican City tour at ...
... shop and look at the statuary. The grown ups sat at an outdoor café and enjoyed the afternoon.
It was very hot in Rome today. We don't miss the rain and chill from Switzerland, but the sudden switch to the heat is affecting our energy. We are definitely moving slower. It is ironic - last week we were buying sweatshirts and ...
... the sun, so we had to sit squished up against the jetty wall to get any shade. The boat, the San Valentino, left at 3 pm to go back to pick up people from Positano, and then back to Sorrento. Although it was hot, we had a really good day. The Amalfi Coast is famous for its coastline rising steeply from the sea. Access to any of the towns is via the Baltic Highway, or the many ferries, fast cats etc. We could see and follow the Balitic Highway along the ...
... best places. Here they offered lots of flavours with no milk, some you most normally would see containing milk. They had the usual fruit ones, strawberry, melon, pears, all sorts of different berries but also almond, hazelnut, ,coffee and chocolate. I took a scoop of strawberry and one of hazelnut. For some reason all the gelato places offer 2,3, 4 and 5 scoops but no single scoops. Maybe no one here would even consider having just one. It is our last night in Rome. The evening is ...
... our coach was a Mercedes Benz bus- very cool! As we wound our way through more of Italia, I saw signs for Orvietto, a little town some of my other family members have been to. It was cool to get so close to a place I've heard so much about! I also saw tons of Cypress trees- and for those of you who’ve seen "Under the Tuscan Sun" as many times as I have, they are the “creepy Italian trees.” Ha!
We check in to our hotel- it ...