Antares Hotel Accademia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... places to eat. Lucy was hungry again. Oh dear. Luckily we didn't stop at one of the restaurants along the canal and walked further where we stumbled upon a large open air market. It was really cool. Had lots of organic food stalls and lots of places to sit. Our host had encouraged us to eat Italian food and drink Italian wine so for the 5th night in the row we did. Lucy, Katie and I had the best pizza ...
... a beer and snacks and the most wonderful passion fruit tartlet. We sat and watched people go by and the ferries come and go. We walked back to the car via a gallery of local artist's work. We bought a picture of Balbianello, the local villa near where we are staying. The road to Como made Lisa a little unsettled and we met a ...
... handed over the clothes he was wearing to illustrate his new life following his "Father, who art in heaven . . .", not his earthly father. His wealthy father then disowns him, and Francis spends the rest of his life in poverty. My mother grew up Catholic and always told me that St. Francis was her favorite saint, and I can see why. He was quite the guy! After our tour of St. Francis' Basilica, we jumped back on the bus and drove to Rome.
Day 6: ...
... I return to reality outside the roman terme walls.
I take a last stroll down the shopping area, feeling healthier, fresher and pure! It is as if people around me, notice the difference or maybe its the blond hair attracting attention again.
All that wellness makes me hungry and I return to the hotel. Can't wait to jump into the triple kingsize bed all to myself.
Left Camagna about eight thirty with Franco to catch train at Vercelli. We were hoping the tickets we had printed would work! First leg was fine, no troubles. Out at Milan, and waited for next train to Mestre. Once again, managed to find the right carriage with no troubles. Bruno was concerned when we saw young men waiting to carry bags etc. He kept saying, "Don't look as if you don't know what you're doing, they're ready to pounce". And he was ...