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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... world to think that than to think that we are all separate beings. This thought led on to a regular thought of mine, that women are connected in some cyclic or spiritual or pagan or hormonal way to Nature. Surely it's too coincidental that there are 28 days in a moon cycle, and 28 days in a menstral cycle. More babies are born on full moons too. I am also a firm believer that people go a little crazy on a full moon, just the same as how dogs get a little crazy when it's ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... experience….dimly lit pastel colored buildings, old narrow cobblestone streets, little store windows lightly lit to show their valuable contents and a small church with a beautiful spire and a Roman column marking the front entrance. It was we were walking into a postcard picture of a quaint, ancient little town! As we wandered our way towards the town center we marveled at the clean streets and the antiquity that surrounded us.