La Locanda delle Donne Monache
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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... Vicki likened the hotel to a motel on Nepean highway in rosebud. Not far wrong. Even though the beach was a fair walk in the heat I took off back to the beach for a lovely swim while the others rested in air con when it got started again. Strangely my room was again the far better one with a view and working air con as it has been the entire trip. Normally they always win out. Maybe the Camino positivity is following ...
We left Stresa on Lake Maggiore in Lombardy at 8.30 am to go to Venice. On the way we stopped at Sirmione on Lake Garda.
The coach had to park outside the town and we walked in. Antonia asked if any of us wanted to go on a speed boat trip around the island so we put up our hands for that. Was a great experience and we saw the Roman ruins and the castle from the sea. He took us along the moat at the end and under the drawbridge ...
... with the skyline so the little fishing boats seem like they are floating in a grey abyss. Travelling, particularly on these slow travel days allows you to fill up on so many poetic and meaningless thoughts. It makes you feel physically full and clearheaded, like having some kind of quiet epiphany. Since I have near 7 hours left of this 9 hour train journey, and only a couple of short stories to go, and even less daylight hours, I thought I'd stream-of-conscious my thoughts so ...
... br> We’re off to see what we can of Lake Como, although the boat ride on the lake that was planned has been cancelled. Antonella regales us with more stories about Italy and its’ culture. There are not one but 3 different mafia families in Italy, one from icily, one from Calabria and one from Naples. At one time they were into prostitution and drugs but now they’re into construction and waste management ...
... prettiest parts of the world. We decided to spend our first day exploring the beaches along coastal Maratea.
The next several hours were spent driving through deliciously curvy and narrow streets, discovering hidden coves and beaches and marveling at the beaches uniquely made up of tiny, rounded pebbles that gave the feeling of having a foot massage as you walked along sinking into the pebbles. Of course Linda was prepared to go for a swim in ...