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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Southern Austria to Northern Italy! Last night celebrating the Octoberfest with the locals Marky and I drank beer and ate sausage. Half way through cleaning his plate, Marko realized the locals were peeling the skin off their white sausages !!! Oh well.! We danced with the locals until we couldn't stand up! We woke up to a beautiful morning in …
... and old, beautiful buildings. Like Meg said about our fight, I was a little tired of spending a ton of money on everything - Venice was probably the most expensive destination, which wasn't good for a budget-minded person like me at the end of the most expensive trip of my life. But it was definitely worth doing, and I'm lucky to have been able to experience it."
Ciao, Italy. I hope to come back to you someday! ...
... milk while Russ gets a triple shot of coffee. Driver change and Russ heads off to Venice. Pee stop at 100km from Venice and Steve is behind the wheel to take us into Venice. The roads are extremely good and we pass through many tunnels. Tolls for today's were around 26 euro. Now comes the difficult part driving into Venice. Across the bridge and luckless straight into a multi level car park. We are unloaded and pay 160 euro for four three day Vaparetto passes. Steve has his Gopro on ...
... Rome. While many cruisers took the bus into Rome, we chose a private tour of the Italian countryside outside of Rome. Susana, our guide, has lived in a village about 25 miles outside of Rome for the past 20 years. She showed us how people live amongst the ancient ruins and medieval villages in the Italian countryside. The old Roman aqueducts still marh across the Cimini hills that are also dotted with even older Etruscan burial mounds. We stopped in Sutri, visiting the ...
... I am rather chuffed about this as I feel I have come to know old John in his Camel hair coat, as we have seen so many art works and frescos of him. San Zaccaria was founded in the 9th century.
There is a section we can go to for 2 euros each, the money goes to restoration. It goes to the right of the main church, so the right hand of the cross if you like. Inside this room is the historical section containing the thrones and chairs of the Doges ...