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... the drawbridge where we all had to duck our heads it was so low! Well worth the 7 euros each.
Then we went into the castle courtyard and went up on the balcony for lunch at The Bounty Bar where I had salmon ravioli (so good) and Neil had gnocchi which he raved over. Had a 1/2 litre of the local white wine, which was good too. By this time the rain had followed us from Stresa and we just had a quick wander around the streets of ...
... a jacket with a logo that says Peggy’s Cove so I ask her about it. They are from Nova Scotia and are just about finished with their tour which was similar to ours. They’re touring with Perillo and are not very happy with them, maybe Antonella was right about them not having any sparkle.
After about an hour’s rest we are back on another boat for our excursion to the Borromean Islands. We first pass by ...
... We found a nice place for lunch down by the water and enjoyed a nice long lunch of pasta and wine. Tonight we are eating out and can pick from a few local restaurants that our tour director has recommended. Had a great meal at our restaurant - perfectly cooked steak and Julie had her favourite rack of lamb. Together with great wine, the evening was a success. ...
... cities, and it seemed to take ages to get past this city. Amazing views from the road. The freeways (or Autostrada) don't go over hills - they go through them. Tunnel after tunnel we went through. We were then into more open countryside where the Italians grow their rice. They are harvesting now and the crops look pretty good. Arrived at the Italian Lakes and our amazing hotel - the Grand Hotel Dino. Great views across the lake and ...
... prettiest parts of the world. We decided to spend our first day exploring the beaches along coastal Maratea.
The next several hours were spent driving through deliciously curvy and narrow streets, discovering hidden coves and beaches and marveling at the beaches uniquely made up of tiny, rounded pebbles that gave the feeling of having a foot massage as you walked along sinking into the pebbles. Of course Linda was prepared to go for a swim in ...