Hotel Arcomagno Club Village
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Australia, or at least Melbourne, is made up of so many Italians. As I wrote in my last blog about Italy, our sarcasm and sense of right and wrong is the same. All until it comes to the point of refugees. Italy takes in the most African immigrants in Europe. It's military find 'boat people' boats and help them get to shore. My country sinks these boats. If they make it to shore, we ship the poor souls off again to third world counties foreign from both our towns and ...
... br> We’re off to see what we can of Lake Como, although the boat ride on the lake that was planned has been cancelled. Antonella regales us with more stories about Italy and its’ culture. There are not one but 3 different mafia families in Italy, one from icily, one from Calabria and one from Naples. At one time they were into prostitution and drugs but now they’re into construction and waste management ...
We had a free day today as most of the tour group were heading to Lake Como for a boat cruise, shopping, and celebrity hunting. A good chance for us to catch our breath and relax as the schedule has been hectic. We wandered around the town and the hotel today. Timed it so we were able to Skype both of the girls and our grand daughters and had a good chat ...
First stop today was to travel by boat up the coast to the town of Portofino. This town is where the celebrities go to be noticed. We did not see anyone however this is a beautiful little town and we had 2 hours to wander around the shops and cafés. A number of pictures are attached. Another boat trip back to where the bus was collecting us, and it was off to the Italian Lakes. We went up the coast to Genoa, which is one of Italy's ...
... floor existed but that did not matter. By the time we were to leave, the group had developed quite an enjoyable relationship that had expanded to include a number of couples from parts of Italy including Naples.
One morning we decided to drive up the impossibly steep and winding road to visit the statue of Christ the Redeemer. This statue had been designed by Florence sculptor, Bruno Innocenti and built as a tribute as well as a tourist ...