Byblos Art Hotel Villa Amista
Travel Blogs from Corrubbio di Negarine
A relatively early start this morning as today Video Girl and Battery Boy were leaving Bologna and driving to Modena for lunch at Osteria Francescana, a restaurant owned and run by chef Massimo Bottura. Osteria Francescana has been rated as the third best restaurant in the world for the last two years and is currently the number one restaurant in …
VENICE Why visit Venice? Dirty, smelly, ridiculously expensive, most things need maintenance and the locals are mostly indifferent (if not rude). The answer is; visit Venice because if you scrape off the top layer of grime you find a hidden jewel with a fascinating history. Not to mention the art, the music, the glass blowing artists in Murano and the lovely sunshine. Take ...
... tried to sleep in the slightly reclined, bright orange chairs. I very quickly made myself a bed in the floor with my small bag as a pillow and my sleeping bag liner and fleece to keep me warm. It wasn't a bad night's sleep considering. The ferry arrived in Ancona at 7am and I quite quickly decided I didn't want to spend much time there so took a train up to Bologna. ...
... ranges. The eastern range has snow on its peaks. We went to Mussolini's home, which is now a hotel, The Villa Feltronelli, but it was closed. We stopped by the lakeside and had a drink and Linda and Dave had gelato. People were lying out on the stony beach and swimming in the lake.
We then started our drive up the mountain to our hotel ...
This morning we caught the hop on hop off to see the sights of Verona. We saw the Castlevecchio castle and the bridge built in 13th century. Phillip loves bridges so he enjoyed that very much as did I. We then saw the arena which is a smaller but better preserved version of the colosseum. We saw the Cathedral Di Verona which was very nice. Then up to Castel San Pietro which is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility