It was 1935 when Jack Buchanan sang… “Every nation in creation has its favourite drink France is famous for its wine, it’s beer in Germany Turkey has its coffee and they serve it blacker [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Baglioni Hotels’
Today, my Italian friends around the world, I’m taking you back home...
Imagine standing on the terrace of a luxury penthouse suite on the Via Veneto in Rome…sipping prosecco and reveling in a breathtaking, panoramic view of the Eternal City, "The Great Beauty"…Rome!
Somewhere midway in the white-capped channel between Punta Ala, Italy and Elba it occurs to me that I am about to duplicate the steps which Napoleon Bonaparte took 200 years ago when he sailed into the tiny port of Portoferraio on the north shore of the celebrated island.
The Luna Hotel Baglioni is the oldest hotel in Venice. It dates back to the 12th century and is just a short distance from St Mark’s Square and the Doge's Palace.