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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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You may be wondering why I titled this post eat-aly, I am convinced that the itlians are determined to send me home with a little extra weight. The food is one of the best parts of experiencing Italy, but they also think that they need to stuff you to the brim with pasta. :) haha I love Italians. Granted there ware lots of different types of pasta and suaces and meats, and then there is the pizza, ...
... arms and back of my neck stand to attention; the enormous sets and backdrops; the orchestra of about two hundred musicians; the way the music either wafts ...
... with other believers again. Thank you again Anna and Andrew, you were truly a blessing! To be frank our first dose of Italy was a culture slap to the face. With everybody's warnings of pick pockets and everything else in mind we got a taxi to our hostel and experienced how they drive in Naples... We realized the language would be hard but oi....its hard hard. It is getting better, with lots of hand motions we are starting to get along pretty well. :) ...
... my back during the exploration of the house. Instead, I had to wear it in front of me. I promise you, it was much worse than what it sounds. I could hardly see my toes and going up and down stairs, well lets just say I provided a good comedian skit for a lot of people. My fingers are crossed that I will never have twins or triplets, because I experienced the feeling for an hour and it was not an easy one! Yes, Grandma, I know twins skip a generation. I did manage ...
... fun. Every person you meet is smiling and happy. It is easy to travel around and the prices for everything are reasonable. "Two households, both alike in dignity, in fair Verona where we set our scene ......" - I could spend a month in this delightful city and it is easy to see why Shakespeare used this setting for his most romantic theatre. (check out the photos) Stand on Juliette's Balcony = ...