Villa La Massa owned by Villa d'Este Hotels
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
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... who said no, no, no...but not really any English instructions. A couple of the locals were pointing at the bus sign outside the bus so I jumped off, but the doors closed before Karen could jump off too. Great, the bus is heading down the road with Karen on it and me on the footpath! I hoped she'd get off at the next stop and walk back so headed in the general direction and hoped I'd see her walking towards me. Yes, here she comes walking back down the street. Apparently ...
... lots of guided tours going through. The trick is to stay ahead or behind these groups or you’ll never get a close up look at the major works (because that is where the guides concentrate their tours). This time, I spent some time in the Botticelli room, admiring his Birth of Venus and Spring, both which are very different styles from his other works, or any other artist of the time. I also spent quite a bit of time in the new area called the "Blue Rooms," (the ...
... My next problem was, were they going to be 50 pounds or less??! It was such a rush of adrenaline when I lifted up my suitcases and sat them on the scale! I must of had a guardian angel with me, because those suckers were way over 50 pounds, but somehow one was 49.5 and the other was EXACTLY 50! Yess I am an over packer, but GUYSS I will be in ITALY for 4 1/2 months, I didn't know what to pack! Well anyways after dropping off my bags the family and I went for my last food in ...
After bumping into a girl we had met at our hostel in Lyon, we realized how lucky we were to be travelling as a couple. She told us all about her sketchy experience with hostels in Venice and Verona, where she was convinced she was going to be trafficked. We were both a little lost when we ran into each other in front of the Florence train station, and she asked us which hostel we were staying at. We told her we were staying at a hotel, and we wished each other good luck ...
... so we all just stayed in. My hostel in Venice was a bit boring... Monday 22 April 2013: After being not in the mood and disappointed with Venice, I decided to do a day trip to Verona. I'm glad I did, it cheered me up a bit. Although the weather was not any better really, the place was nicer. Although I'm fast learning about the transport system in Italy. I waited for an hour for my train to arrive. And I've heard that sometimes they just don't arrive at all! Crazy kids! So I ...