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... spectacular views. I must say that the hospital felt a bit like Australia of the 1970's style, I'm sure Princess Grace would have expected something a little classier. I also found their pricing model interesting - fixed price per day regardless of surgery, CT scans... Makes me wonder if they resist expensive treatment to maximise profit??
We also had the chance to go back to Juan les ...
After an early morning swim in the pool and breakfast on the terrace, we said our farewells to Mark and Debs and hit the road. Chris took us part way up yesterday's cycle route to a fabulous viewpoint of lake Como and then onto the Ghisallo Di Madonna. The church a shrine to cyclists was great to see and a whole lot easier to get to in a car, but it somehow felt like I'd cheated ...
After walking around yesterday we got to know the area better and had a list of things we were interested in seeing before we left. We started by walking North to the Castel San Pietro. It is across the river from the historic downtown and the park we visited yesterday. On our way we saw parts of the Teatro Romano (an ancient ...
... relative term in Italy) and changed for the opera. We bought tickets for Tosca. Each Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in June and July, Verona had a rotating opera festival. I will be seeing this opera during my program, but the festival and the outdoor arena setting were something we wanted to take advantage of. It was definitely worth seeing and the opera environment was great to experience in ...
... stopped for lunch beside one of the 3 lakes that surround Mantova. Another beautiful, sunny day. After a shower back on the boat we headed into town for a guided tour of the town centre. We saw the Palazza Ducale which was home to the Gonzaga family for 400 years until the early 18th century. They supported the arts and the palace has many fine frescos which we unfortunately could not see. We then visited the 2 enormous cathedrals and a small circular ...