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- Minbar in room
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... better than rain :) The day trip to Verona was fun, we visited the amazing amphitheatre - a mini coliseum, really well preserved. After lunch we jumped on the tourist train which took us all around the town showing us various points of interest - which you'll see I remembered and captured really well on the pics !!! Hey ho ...
... version. These two families were staunch rivals in Verona and were fiercely opposed to them getting together. After a ball Romeo hid under Juliets balcony where he heard her confession of love. The next day they were married. In the meantime her cousin challenged Romeo the next day and his friend accepted the fight on his behalf and died during the contest. Romeo was thrown out of the city and was forced to flee to a nearby town...Mantova. Juliet took ...
... charm for myself. €400 euro later I came out with a bracelet with a charm from london- big ben, holland-windmill, austria-edelweiss, rome-collaseum, florence- fleur de lis, spain-la famiglia church, france- eiffel tower. A heart and a purple diamente. I never do that. But it is something that will always remind me of where I've been. It's also beautiful. We headed back on the boats to our hotel for dinner. I was wrecked. Off to ...
... whole trip. It did not disappoint one bit. You step off the train into a huge station with dozens of other trains around. Everyone on a mission to see this wonderful city. You walk out of the doors and bam... there's the city. Immediately greeted by a beautiful canal and wonderful architecture. Dan and I kept looking at each other wondering if it really was as pretty as we thought it was. It was.
This is the first time I have ever felt in love with a city. ...
... He works magic with a bus, and that magic works wonders in Italy. The Italians find it acceptable to leave their cars parked in the middle of the streets, or even the sidewalks, and then vacate the area. This is especially aggravating when the streets are slim and buses, well, buses are not. We arrived when the sun was settling over the hills, giving the world an otherworldly glow. It was beautiful, and could be appreciated exponentially more now that the migraine ...