Hotel Torre Oliva
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... experience, and is one of the reasons I decided to study Asian culture at university. A people so different from the culture I'm used to in Australia can still be fundamentally the same. Though the differences are so striking. One day, sitting on the back porch of Nancy's house in rural Borneo (where we had travelled to for our 'community phase' of our trip - queue the upstart white kids and by extension white culture attempting to 'help', 'civilise' and 'westernise' ...
... 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 ...
We had a free day today as most of the tour group were heading to Lake Como for a boat cruise, shopping, and celebrity hunting. A good chance for us to catch our breath and relax as the schedule has been hectic. We wandered around the town and the hotel today. Timed it so we were able to Skype both of the girls and our grand daughters and had a good chat ...
... is probably the best that we have stayed in during this trip. We had the afternoon free as there was an optional tour to one of the islands on the lake, however we have done enough boat cruises now to last us for a while. Had a few pre dinner drinks - Julie discovered Aperole Spritzer, a mixture of a spirit and champagne - so she sampled a few of these, and we then had a lovely dinner at the hotel. Very classy restaurant with wonderful ...
... Maratea. This statue is the second largest statue of Christ in the world, second only to the one in Rio de Janero. The approach is so steep that a man-made set of switch-backs had to be built to enable car traffic to get to the top. At the top, in addition to the statue of Christ and several kiosks for trinkets and tourist memorabilia, is the Church of San Biagio. This old structure, with its simple and pretty interior, served the ancient community of ...