Golf & Spa Resort Andreus
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
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TripAdvisor Reviews Golf & Spa Resort Andreus San Leonardo
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... on a map and let me take it! So off I went again, hoping I could find my way through the confusing streets to where I needed to be when a van went past honking and the man I asked earlier was hanging out the window pointing where I needed to go! I yelled grazie at him and kept going. After having to go through an apple farm (I stopped and grabbed one and it was delicious) and meeting an old man who also helped me on my way, I finally crossed the river and was back on ...
... very spectacular and the scenery just amazing. Neither of us played very well since we are just out of practice but the course was immensely impressive. It's only open a few more weeks and does not open again until March, for obvious reasons. Any golfers our there who are passing by should try it.
As we played today we discussed how it must have been ...
... bark bucket like containers; plus needles and cord and assorted other items. His coat was made of goat skin but carefully put together so it was black and white panels and he had a wolf skin hat. It was an excellent display and really interesting. He had had Ibex for dinner and they think he was on his way home from a journey as he had eaten all his food. Unfortunately he did not reach home as he was attacked and shot in the shoulder by an arrow. There ...
... some potted chilli plants. After strolling past thousands of flower beds, we located a 'forbidden garden' containing a number of poisonous plants. Odd artistic skulls were positioned to add that personal charm. Later on we found ourselves in some kind of plant underworld complete with a statue of Cerberus guarding the gates. The audio tour was completely in German but it seemed English was not on the menu so we gave it a shot. I came out probably stupider from the experience ...
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Until 1920, this part of Italy was part of Austrian Hapsburg empire and the feel and look of the old city is more German than Italian. The city is officially dual language and culture. As in most Italian cities, high ...