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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
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... a different theme making one of the most interesting churches we have seen. Livorno boasts a covered market and a waterfront that is attractive with its swimming areas and old fortress.
Cagliari only took a short time to walk around the city centre before we returned to the ship for a relaxing afternoon. It was Alan's birthday, so I 'let' him climb the old tower that remains from the days of its walled defence. This was a 4 storied tower enclosed on three sides and ...
... was hailed and we were there for 5:30 entry. Although the venture failed, the park remains and is full of funky designs, the houses looking like ginger bread ones and all the mosaic tile work bright and cheerful.
Visiting the Basilica turned out to be a fitting end to our trip as the translation of its title from Spanish is Holy Family and we look forward to returning to our own family and friends as we begin our journey home tomorrow. ...
... wayfinding is always difficult, especially when street signage is inconsistent) abetted by construction detours, Don and I simply trusted our instincts, emerged back on route, and after many frustrating stops at red lights, finally rode past our hotel (I mean that literally - we hadn't realized it was so close to the corner that we had to backtrack to the entrance).
And so our journey ended with ...
... and back on the tube home before we fell asleep. On the way home I could feel my throat getting itchy and my typical head cold coming on. I can hear my Mum’s voice ‘have you been taking your vitamins Jess??’….surely there’s vitamin C in a vodka orange juice isn’t there??
Without being able to find an open chemist I hoped I would wake up feeling ok.
Aussies over and out xx
... to the continuum of the millions of pilgrims that have walked the Camino over the past 1,000+ years. I love the fact that it will continue over the decades and more to come and that other pilgrims will have the same sense of awe that I have felt as each day has come and gone. And now...I am sitting onboard my Qatar flight back to Australia, leaving Spain and the Camino behind. I have said it before and I will say it again.... Wow, what an experience!!!! Thank you for ...