Villa San Carlo Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... to take a comfort break. Parking is at such a premium in Italy and we looked for some time before finally snagging a skinny space, which was not obviously a park but with a liberal interpretation could be considered adequate. In we went, then out we went, so that all but the driver could disembark before taking up final position. We crossed the road and hidden behind the guard fence was a sea side havana complete with deck chairs, umbrellas, beach huts and ...
Busy day today. Lunch at a friend's house in Asti and dinner with the son of Annalia's mother's best friend. Complicated I know. Taking a train to Asti. I don't know the exact temperature but Dante's Inferno could be an accurate description. If this isn't global warming what is it. You can see the fields of corn dying from lack of water. Nice lunch and visit and back on the train. Dinner with ...
Last day and Chrissi packs while I run up town to do a few last minute things ...i walk her to the bus to farewell my fello traveller ...she's off to Barcelona ...then Paris ...go girl !! Then... It's just me ...I cruise the streets of Juan Les Pins for one last time before I leave tomorrow ...lunch could be in order ...oh duck breast ...gotta say ...big ducks ...
... the food is place to place. There were a lot of pork products in Tuscany (they can hunt wild boar there), there was limoncello and pesto everywhere you went, and an abundance of seafood in Cinque Terre (for obvious reasons), and Piemonte was just filled with veal and cheese. Honestly, even though we were only there two nights I was starting to get sick of the Piemonte-style dining - it was just too heavy and rich to keep ...
... are in Australia, you need to book a visit . Each village has a local Encoteca , like a wine 'library' that you visit , taste and learn about the wines and then see if that Cru is available for a booking the next day/s. The encoteca are often in the oldest public building (castle or church) in the village and they literally do look like libraries with shelves up to the ceiling full of wine , all classified into grape types, with ...