Hotel Ristorante Borgo La Tana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... crag cliff faces. I wouldn't even mind if every once in a while the clouds obscured my view of the towns below. ------------------- One story I read just before, 'The Long Crossing' by Leonardo Sciascia tells a tale of immigrants, fleeing by boat to America. It was good at describing the sense of hope, and the fear of putting your trust in an untrustworthy man and boat to reach a country of rumoured wealth and possibility. Italy has reminded me in many ways of Australia. ...
... our stroll. There are over 1200 different kinds of plants in the Renaissance garden which is built in terraces. Hands down the most beautiful gardens I’ve ever seen. You’ll have to look at the pictures and judge for yourself!
Tonight is a special 'Be My Guest’ dinner on an island in Lake Maggiore. The restaurant is called The Pirate Cove and is in an 800 year old structure. The restaurant is not usually ...
... We found a nice place for lunch down by the water and enjoyed a nice long lunch of pasta and wine. Tonight we are eating out and can pick from a few local restaurants that our tour director has recommended. Had a great meal at our restaurant - perfectly cooked steak and Julie had her favourite rack of lamb. Together with great wine, the evening was a success. ...
... growth around the resort. When we walked down to the swimming pool area, the view of a shimmering Tyrrhenian Sea was simply spectacular...absolutely breath taking! Looking upwards towards the 20 meter statue of Christ the Redeemer perched some 300 meters above us blessing the entire region of Maratea and other small coastal communities, we were convinced that the next few days would be filled with delightful explorations of an area that appeared to be one ...
... was that we were entering a small village called Trechinna. We were on the back roads to Maratea....what to do? Go back or proceed. We drove around Trechinna once to see if there was an obvious point for information....and no, this place was too small for that easy an answer. So being the adventurer that I am, I convinced Linda that we should proceed on the back road we were on. Now the distance from Trechinna to Maratea is 15 kms. In that 15 kms, there were easily two dozen ...