- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... plates, filtering out tourists. We drove past glittering and imposing casinos, hotels and shop fronts of every super exotic car make and designer brand possible. Lamborghini’s, Jaguars and glamorously dressed people filled the streets and super yachts floated in the docks – It was a prestigious persons playground. We were still dressed like nomads, so we lunched over wine and more conspiracies near Nice, and after a few laps, loops and panoramic shots from Nice to ...
... church at the top of town this morning, quite a rise in elevation that gave us the vantage of eventually looking out at tremendous vistas. Walkways and roads built one small stone at a time, become worn after 500 or 600 years.
Sometimes called the Italian Riviera, it has a flow of people from all over the world moving through,
spending a few days hiking, eating or resting. The first day here we ate lunch with a couple from Oslo, wonderful ...
... had a hole in your shoe, then my pasta could of repaired it. Andrews lasagne was Bella. I also have to try their Tiramisu and although it was good, it was not home made. Milan wins the Tiramisu dish on this trip but the ultimate winner came from Rome a few years back. We eventually finish our sightseeing and take our weary legs back to our room. A rest is in order, then out for our final dinner in Italy (next week lite and easy is booked to get the kilos off) Tomorrow will ...
... We can`t find any cleaning neglect, she is a woman with high standards and an incredible work ethic. She is a true story like Łnder the Tuscan Sun. Seven years ago she leased this shell of a building, restored the original marble tile floor, redid the walls (15 foot ceilings), added electricity, and just this spring added private bathrooms to the guest rooms. She wishes she had time to wax the floors every day, but she has a four-year-old son, who is ...
... delicious croissants and cereal – and the obligatory fresh coffee – we took off for the day.
First stop was the ‘Milano Centrale’ railway station to pick up tickets for tomorrows destinations. We used the automatic self-serve ticketing machines and we were all happy that buying tickets for tomorrow was completed. I also showed them where ‘Il Duce’ had been hung upside down after the war and where the shootings had ...