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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... used to stay from time to time. Walked the streets and to the Staffelsee and back to Hotel, it is well under 10 degrees during the day now. Went to dinner which was fabulous and an older gentleman spoke to us, he saw I was wearing a traditional vest and assumed I was a local. Great chat, great food, great to be here. We will stay in Germany for a week or so, where not sure, then to Strasbourg France for the Christmas markets. See you again in a while, getting closer to home time ...
Drove into Perugia today. The underground city is blocked off at the moment so we could not visit it. We walked around for a few hours and we went to another old city called Todi. Went shopping and went home to Pablo's I played with Pablo’s microphone and he gave us some drum sticks to play ...
... and realized Rob was in 29C and I was in 42K on the Rome/Toronto leg of the trip. The extremely rude Alitalia agent blamed our travel agent and rudely dismissed us by rudely saying there was nothing she could do (did I mention she was rude?). So off to Rome we went and half an hour later, after an advertised "9 minute" walk to our Rome/Toronto gate (we were in the passport control line-up longer than that, let alone the marathon walk), ...
We visited Zia Giaconda this morning and ended up staying for lunch. She had puréed tomatoes, made meatballs and ordered up some fresh bread in the hopes that we would stay. She said if I helped her, we could have pasta with meatballs and fresh tomato salad so I donned the apron she made me put on and did as I was told! She's still able to boss me around, even at almost 88 years old! The meal was amazing and the tomatoes were as sweet as ...
... enough to know that I was scared and needed help. She advise me to take a bus to Cosenza, which I did but that wasn't the end of my troubles. I was in the right city, but where was the university? Too tired to continue and with night approaching, I rented a room (at a ridiculous rate). The next day, I sent emails to everyone at the university, hoping someone would answer before I had ...