La Dimora del Cardinale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the drawbridge where we all had to duck our heads it was so low! Well worth the 7 euros each.
Then we went into the castle courtyard and went up on the balcony for lunch at The Bounty Bar where I had salmon ravioli (so good) and Neil had gnocchi which he raved over. Had a 1/2 litre of the local white wine, which was good too. By this time the rain had followed us from Stresa and we just had a quick wander around the streets of ...
... days after the 28th day, or if it was late, it would come 10 days late, exactly. Always in the late evening. Like calculating the waxing and waning of the moon, you could predict the time I was fertile or expelling, ready for the next month. I'm not regular anymore. I'm not sure what changed. Maybe it was going on and off and on and off the pill that did it. Maybe it was that one hideous dose of hormone from the time I was paranoid and took the morning-after pill. Maybe it is ...
... tour the Palace of the Borromean Royal Family. We meet our local tour guide, Romeo, who has been working at the palace for 32 years. There are only 200 rooms in the palace and the royal family only stays here for a few months in the summer and then they go back to Milan. Currently there are 10 members of the Royal Family, the prince and princess, their 2 children and spouses and 4 grandchildren. They are already gone for this ...
... across, a very large touring bus arrived at the entrance to the bridge and stopped. Obviously he had lived through this experience before. He directed me to pull into a small area to the left at bridge end as he swung his bus to our right past us and onto the bridge….no problem!
The next day, after returning from a short visit to town, I decided to walk the 300 meters up the winding road to the top of Mount San Biagio where Christ the Redeemer stood. ...
... was the fact that they seemed to never hit anyone in the process of winding their way through streets...at high rates of speed!
Getting our prepaid car, a little 5 speed Fiat, was a breeze. Standing in line with a younger fellow from Australia, we discussed the upcoming challenge of navigating Rome roads. When we approached the rental agency attendant to do the paperwork, everything moved quickly and smoothly....maybe one of the side benefits of booking from Canada ...