Grand Hotel Duca d'Este
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... although interesting, was so encrusted with dust you could barely see it. Needed a jolly good hose down. The model AND the attendants.
Enough of the *****ing, the place was terrific. Acres of olive groves, recreational areas (god knows what they got up to, so far from the City) fabulous pools. Statuary etc etc. We both loved it. We had read the bus service was a bit random after 4pm, so we made sure we were back at the stop by 3, now starving ...
... get on, both drivers said "no Tivoli". Bec's patience by now was just starting to show faint cracks and she refused to get off the 2nd bus until the driver could tell her what time the "yes Tivoli" bus was due......her Italian is better than she thinks as she can argue bilingually. Some French tourists joined in and it was decided that Quattro Quaranta (4:40pm) was the answer, nearly an hour after we expected...shuttle every 15 minutes...I don't think so! While waiting a ...
... in Italy!). I decided to have some lunch first, as it had taken me quite a long time to get there and it would be at least two hours walking the paths of the gardens and I was going to take my time. I wandered into the town itself and was looking for a Bancomat (an ATM machine) because I was running short of funds again! The place I chose to have lunch did not have card facilities so gave the idea way and decided to buy an apple at the fruit ...
Well, reader, here we are at the end of our journey together. I've very much enjoyed traveling with you, sharing the sights and events with you, but alas here we are now in Tivoli marking the end of this voyage across Italy. We have chosen to stay here because it is only 45 minutes to Fiumicino airport from here and out flight is mid morning so it is not too uncomfortable. The journey out of Sorrento today was infernal, the traffic was hardly moving and the winding roads were filled ...
... stopping at the grocery store whose lights went out. We have been passed on ridiculous turns by all measures of vehicles including the 'smart cars'. This one we didn't let him pass us because it was a pale shade of pink and Jim's manhood would have been threatened to be passed by a 'cupcake' of a car. Back safe in the cottage, we're hunkered down until our departure tomorrow morning for Cinque Terre.' Two things happened to us while driving today: Jim drove into ...