Hotel De La Ville
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Kate tells me we are leaving the big floaty thing tomorrow. Whoooooof. I don't want to.
I learnt how to play BINGO and met some really cool towelly friends. Every night we came back to the cabin there was a new towelly friend and then they left the following day.
The floaty thing's ...
... which again is excellent. A table set up with meats, cheeses and breads and we spend a leisurely hour or so enjoying all that Cento Corve has to offer. Sadly we can’t stock up on any wines like some of our fellow guests as we would not be able to take on-board the plane for our journey home.
Although only a few hours long our excursion today was informative and interesting and the wines at the end were the icing on the cake.
... we spend the rest of the afternoon sunning ourselves on deck and swimming. In e evening we dined formally and are joined by an. Australian couple from Perth a d 2 English women who live in Vancouver. We then all head off to the theatre to listen to the stand up comic , an Irishman called Adrian Walsh. It is another great show which I thoroughly ...
... I stood for as long as the crowds would allow, drinking in its beauty. It is the only work Michelangelo signed.
Then we went out into St Peter's Square which was being prepared for the upcoming celebrations. The crowds out here were happy and smiling, there were nuns, priests, girl guides, pilgrims, and apparently 1 million Polish people there for John Paul. Don't know where they'll all go, as the Square only holds 300,000.
Next on our tour was a half hour stop at ...
... a cable car ,but on the ground). They have 3 million tourists a year on the island. We could see the Gerber ( baby food ) and Swarovski mansions along with many other famous and rich people's homes. The views of the Mediterranean were stunning, with the blue green crystal clear waters and the millionaire yachts and cruisers anchored in the harbour. Narrow winding streets, with only specially made 3 wheeled type vehicles move around the island , all taxis are specially ...