Oasi Azzurra Village
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... on bookings.com. "Hotel Touring" looked a little dodgy from the outside but we went ahead. Inside the decor was really gothic and antique, the old man at the desk was friendly enough. Once up to the room is was larger than what we've had previously and clean. The biggest downfall was the whole place reeked of cigarette smoke. We had to sleep with the window open all night which didn't impress Liam as his bed was underneath it.
We had ...
... Great Ocean Road. Mountains coming out of the sea with endless ravines sporting terraced orchards and villages clinging on for dear life. Then we climbed and climbed. A convoy of 50 seater coaches somehow negotiating narrow , winding roads through smaller and smaller villages. Civilisation abruptly ends above the line of destruction of the 1987 eruption. We drove for another 45 minutes through a bizarre ...
We had a great day today. Montana and I attended many on board activities including a Quiz Game which Montana was selected to be captain for as well as spectating at the Pool Volleyball game. It was nice to relax on board for the day and soak up the atmosphere. We saw little of Maddi today as her and David moved between the Games Arcade and the Games Room before ...
For the first time on our cruise we awake to heavy seas with the ship noticeably rocking. It is quite fun going to breakfast moving from side to side. This lasts.most of the day. We spend much of the day at the pool where it is sunny and sheltered, watching the swells and the water in the pool sloshing from side to side. It is the second formal evening. We dine alone but find ourselves talking to a French Canadian couple who ...
... decided to buy the pistachio liquer, of course, and the pesto. The 'must have' limoncello when in Italy was also on the list. On the way out of the shop, I found another little morsel which looked good as well. See photo number 5! My Etna is an active volcano on the east coast of Sicily. Whilst it was interesting to see, I am not sure we would return nor would I necessarily recommend it. With only one day in Sicily, the drive to and from Mt Etna used up ...