- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Great Ocean Road. Mountains coming out of the sea with endless ravines sporting terraced orchards and villages clinging on for dear life. Then we climbed and climbed. A convoy of 50 seater coaches somehow negotiating narrow , winding roads through smaller and smaller villages. Civilisation abruptly ends above the line of destruction of the 1987 eruption. We drove for another 45 minutes through a bizarre ...
... collected from the ship and now we have room in our cases to finally buy things! We sent home items we no longer need, clothing we have out grown and a few bulky items we had bought. The parcel will get delivered to mum's next week - a lot faster than Jye's postcards.
Tonight at dinner with the 2 South African couples (Willie & Lynette have joined our details) the conversation became political and a ...
... 8364;125 for 4 people for 4 hours. But we avoid them and just have a walk round, it is very steamy about 28c and humid. The town is looking a little tireder and run down than on our last visits a couple,of years ago, but we find a smart coffee bar Comarra Bello where for €3.25 we had two excellent coffees and use of their very fast wifi. The Duomo itself was ...
... here with all the lovely side streets that run up the hillsides, but maybe another time. Meeting up with David and Joseph at the Martini Bar for pre-dinner drinks! This all-inclusive drink package is going to be deadly!! Went to the show in the theatre - a London's West End performer. She played piano and sang, with a very good sense of humour. The show ended near midnight, then we went dancing in the disco for a little while. The time advanced an hour which was unfortunate. ...
... feet above the sea. Off in the west we could see Mt Etna, an active volcano that erupted as recently as last month. Mt Etna is the highest and most active volcano in Europe. Taormina has been a popular tourist resort as far back as 358 AD, and has been occupied by Greeks, Sicels, Romans, Spaniards, Byzantine, Arabs and Normans over the centuries since. We spent a couple of hours walking around the town. visiting the large ...