If you have time this Diner is an experience! It is on the 303 before ilchester. Staff are efficient and friendly
This was where we stayed. It once the fashionable resort for Austro-Hungarian Empire until the First WW. It was once just a fishing village but the arrival Iginio Scapaturned the town around when he built Villa Angiolina. (The second from top on the left).
There are now many grand residences painted in pastel colours.
Inside there are trails to various parts of the Palace – Henry VIII and William and Mary.
Impressions of the Forest – there was still some evidence of much rain – diversions because bridges were not safe and waterlogged areas. Some trees were uprooted. However Spring was in the air.
A Sunny Day!
Enjoying the Action Festival Hall Area
Braving the Rainy Day