La Bruca Resort - Mediterranean Wellbeing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and wonder how they put up with that cold. I sleep two nights on a reclinable seat on a boat, and have such bad cramps and an even worse temper. Imagine sleeping in a damp ****-covered hovel every single night? You only get one shot at life, and those poor souls have been sold so short. Irregardless if they 'put themselves into that situation.' Dave always gave to the homeless, and more than that, he would often chat to them too. Life can be so unfair. I can't not blame ...
... Italy has a public health system, which she says works well but is very, very slow. If you need to get blood work done, your doctor will give you a prescription, you then make an appointment with the hospital which will be in about 15 or 20 days. Once the blood test is done you need to wait 15 days for the results and then you need to go back to your doctor. If you have to stay in the hospital for a procedure you will have to ...
... 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. ...
First stop today was to travel by boat up the coast to the town of Portofino. This town is where the celebrities go to be noticed. We did not see anyone however this is a beautiful little town and we had 2 hours to wander around the shops and cafés. A number of pictures are attached. Another boat trip back to where the bus was collecting us, and it was off to the Italian Lakes. We went up the coast to Genoa, which is one of Italy's ...
... of the fountain and the center square, was a dimly lit second floor restaurant accessible by walking up a fairly steep cobblestone street. We decided to explore this option. As we entered a grotto style entrance we were met by carefully place foliage. It was as though we had entered into a luschious cave in the outdoors. The owner, who spoke very little English, guided us to one of the tables overlooking the piazza below and the town fountain we had ...