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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
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When we originally arrived at the Arizona we were surprised to find that there was a Synagogue next door and the delicatessen, on closer inspection, advertised that its products were kosher! Then we found a couple of shops round the corner offering Palestinian fare. Fancy us lobbing in the Jewish quarter after coming straight from Israel! Sue declared that she'd had enough of that palate to last her for a while; now she wanted to taste Italian! Phil and I agreed ...
... to make my move .....there is only one thing wrong we have a 4foot 2inch 5stone human growth with us and when I get to within 3inches of the loop there it is like a flash of lighting either in between us hanging off my kneck or kicking me in the ankles!!!!!!!! I decide to take a different tack..........I pay a man who has a canoe and has painted it black and has a big oar 80 pounds to take us thru the narrows of Venice whilst I whisper sweet nothings in my loves ...
... that materialize in your face when the first few drops start falling. They're masters of umbrella hustling. The guys selling cheesy paper art reproductions on the street aren't too bright. If this was their career choice, they might be better off selling water bottles. The first day in Florence is trying to figure out the maze of skinny circular streets that all seem to lead to an enormous church or a gelatto shop. In the rain, we were hunting down ...
We did plan to have an early-ish morning, but we slept in a bit. Or at least I did!! I slept in until around 9:30, while I'm pretty sure everyone else woke up at 8:00. I'm glad I slept in though, I wouldn't have gotten through the day otherwise. It was an hours train ride to Pisa from Florence. Luckily the station was only a ten minute walk. We had a quick breakfast of McDonald's (which was really yummy!!) which almost made us miss the train. ...
... collection of Italian Renaissance paintings.... As we exited the courtyard of the Uffizi we came upon the Arno river and finally the most famous bridge in Florence Ponte Vecchio, originally lined with butchers who used the river as a handy disposal until the (Medici family decided they didn't like the smell and made them move to another part if town and brought gold and silver dealers in in their places..... The same businesses that operate ...