Hotel Ristorante Croce Bianca
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Banquet room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ristorante Croce Bianca Omegna
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... and then an afternoon in Verona Hospital...he goes home with his gall bladder in tact but I'm not sure he will be able to maintain the alcohol free, fat free ..lettuce / carrot diet for long.
With those visits we were all especially delighted to see him walk Jasmine 'down the aisle' last night.
Back to the overall observations of the trip -
We didn't spend enough time in Portugal. It was our first trip to ...
Day 24 Today we pick up our bikes, have our pre tour briefing and the introductory dinner. I wandered down to breakfast at 9am and found Bill and Joan in the dinning room. The selection of breakfast items was even less than the day before. It would seem that, unlike other hotels, they do not top up the items on offer when they run low. Following breakfast Joan ...
... the city block seeing what we could see. Our tour map was not very useful as the street names on the map often differed to those shown on the corner of the street. The first impressive find we made was a church which did not look very special from the outside. However, the inside was something to behold. This was San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, original part of a Benedictine convent. Every inch of the inside of this amazing building had been decorated with Bernardo ...
... had encouraged her to go into medicine or science. So she chose Forensic Science. Now that sh was at the end of her first year she had decided that she was not enjoying the path that she had chosen so she had gone away for three months to consider her options. I ask her what she had decided and she replied that she really liked photography and would like to do a corse that involved photography. However, she was not sure how her parents would react. My advise to her was to do what ...
... for “forbidden” signs and found none, then spotted a small one as we entered the last room on the circuit. Oops, too late.
The paintings and furniture were mostly from the 16th & 17th centuries, and must have been stunning in their heyday as they were extremely impressive even now. There was a bed slept in by Napoleon and Empress Josephine’s dressing room, and some ...