Villaggio Turistico Isamar
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and Ian saying "It's me again and it's best that you move!" Another hour of hilarity as this takes place under cover of darkness. The locals were right...in the morning a bloody great post sticking out of the water where there boat would have been! The next day we decide that sailing in front of St Marks demands an encore but this time we are prepared...the last bottle of French Champagne is poured and we enjoy many photographs in ...
... Judy and I will then fly to Turkey. It was wonderful to have the time to spend a month in Italy. Thanks to Mary Beth for her driving skills and Jackie for being open to new experiences. The kids were amazingly good at accepting all the changes to their diet and routines. I've enjoyed our time together, exploring Italy and living in ...
... was our first spectacular introduction to the Italian branch of the Alps. The Po is a river that stretches right across the top of Italy to the Adriatic Sea on the eastern side; we were headed for the source of this river up in the mountains close to France. Naturally there are plenty of hikes that can be done around here, unfortunately for us, our selected one was covered in fog (and snow) so we only managed ...
... stars coming out for the night, we hired a gondolier to take us for a ride through the small canals of Venice. As we floated along through small quiet canals, inches away from buildings, the gondolier having to duck to cross beneath several of the low bridges, it felt like a scene out of a movie. We kept having to tell ourselves that it was real. Back at St. Mark's square afterwards, we enjoyed a glass of prosecco while listening to one of the orchestras to end our first evening in ...
... pale into insignificance!
We were showered and dressed by 8:50 ready to face breakfast. I lifted Roisin’s suitcase on to the bed for her to retrieve ‘stuff’ when she let out a gasp of horror. It definitely was a gasp rather than a shriek!! She was pointing to a large gash in her case that certainly wasn’t there yesterday morning as we left the house. Not to be outdone, I then pointed to a second large gash. This damage could only have ...