Romantic Hotel & Restaurant Villa Cheta Elite
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- Continental Breakfast
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... 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 ...
... are several ornate chandeliers in the palace which are made from Murano glass. Each of these chandeliers takes one man an entire day to clean. Romeo leads us into the concert room where he has the group sing God Bless America to see how good the acoustics in the room are. I have to say we did sound pretty good. Romeo shows us a beautiful table with a vase of flowers all done in marble inlays. Absolutely gorgeous and took over 10 ...
... 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. ...
... 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 ...
... 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. ...