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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... jungle people' of Asia. I realised very very quickly that not only was this an insult, but a waste of everyone's time - they were better at making roads than us) me and my friends started chatting about the clouds and mountains. The mountains changed colours throughout the day, and were home to so many people and animals and flora. The mountains were the glory of the landscape. The clouds were, by contrast, floaty and unstable. Nightly they would become heavy and crack ...
... dinner but they’ve opened tonight especially for us. They start us off with a glass of Proseco and everyone toasts – ‘Salute’. Our first course was a risotto with cheese, which was very good, then salad. Everyone had selected either meat or fish and both the appetizers and main courses are served based on that choice. No one was completely sure about what kind of meat or fish we were eating but it all tasted ...
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 ...
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 ...
... area that we had first imagined!
As we navigated our way through switchbacks, tunnels and breathtaking views of the Tyrennean Sea, we were taken by the natural beauty of the surrounding hills. Along the way, every 10 kms or so, we would spot a hillside village perched on the top of a high hill and wonder what it might be like. Resisting the lure of exploring any of the hillside villages, we came to a narrow stone bridge crossing a ravine. ...