Hotel Ristorante Borgo La Tana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
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The coach had to park outside the town and we walked in. Antoina asked if any of us wanted to go on a speed boat trip around the island so we put up our hands for that. Was a great experience and we saw the Roman ruins and the castle from the sea which was a good experience. He took us along the moat at the end ...
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... area that we had first imagined!
As we navigated our way through switchbacks, tunnels and breathtaking views of the Tyrennean Sea, we were taken by the natural beauty of the surrounding hills. Along the way, every 10 kms or so, we would spot a hillside village perched on the top of a high hill and wonder what it might be like. Resisting the lure of exploring any of the hillside villages, we came to a narrow stone bridge crossing a ravine. ...
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