Hotel Borgo del Mare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Service' means. Well let me tell you again. You arrive at the cruise terminal and your luggage is whisked away by friendly porters (who don't even have their hands out for a tip!). That's right airlines, we don't even touch the luggage. We don't have to transport it from station to station to get tagged, weighed, etc and then loaded by us onto your conveyors. Nope, here at the cruise port (and we have now traveled with five different ship brands) you just ...
... we discovered the BA Lounge. My happiest moment came when I got a small scoop of rice and curry veg from the buffet. By 3pm they were dismantling all the good stuff, and setting out cakes and pastries for tea time. I was so glad I hadn't dallied.
On the flight to Rome I experienced for the 1st time the joys of a scone with strawberry jam and clotted cream. YUM! I must figure out how to make clotted cream.
We landed after ...
... whose friend lives in Medowie! And they told us of meeting a Nelson Bay couple on board - Linda & David (maths teacher at NBay high-school)! Small world.... After our "set dining" of the first 11 days (ie same companions, same time each night), we decided to change to open dining. That means we arrive at the dining room when we want and get seated with anyone (or alone, if we're happy to wait). So we will have different dinner companions each night from now ...
... 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 ...
... Visited a shop where they make the inlaid timber products, very beautiful pieces of furniture and jewellery boxes with many hours of intricate detail can be seen. We also visited the craftsman who makes the cameos which are made in his region of Italy out of shell. Built on the side of the cliffs and a prosperous town ( unlike Naples )definitely a place I could stay for a holiday, will make a note on the travel to do list. Onto the bus for the hair raising drive ...