- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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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 ...
... over. Unfortunately the chain eroded and he was unable to retrieve it. Some 70 years later 2 scuba divers came across the car, raised it, cleaned it up and sold it for 250,000 euros. Ernest Hemmingway stayed here and mentioned the lake in his book A Farewell to Arms. The northern end of the Lake is only a few miles away from Switzerland. The lake was created when glaciers came down leaving a crater which eventually filled with ...
... 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. ...
... cities, and it seemed to take ages to get past this city. Amazing views from the road. The freeways (or Autostrada) don't go over hills - they go through them. Tunnel after tunnel we went through. We were then into more open countryside where the Italians grow their rice. They are harvesting now and the crops look pretty good. Arrived at the Italian Lakes and our amazing hotel - the Grand Hotel Dino. Great views across the lake and ...
... across, a very large touring bus arrived at the entrance to the bridge and stopped. Obviously he had lived through this experience before. He directed me to pull into a small area to the left at bridge end as he swung his bus to our right past us and onto the bridge….no problem!
The next day, after returning from a short visit to town, I decided to walk the 300 meters up the winding road to the top of Mount San Biagio where Christ the Redeemer stood. ...