Barcelo Aran Blu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... didn't have the check in machines that every other airline had, so we had to check in at the counter, old school style. Some bright spark, thought it would be good idea to have three airlines to have the check in at the same 4 counters, and have only a person at one of the counters. The airlines were Air France, KLM and Air Italia. The line was nearly as long as the check in area of all the other airlines. Then another bright spark thought ...
... only did I cancel all ideas of visiting Tarquinia the next day, but I quite happily spent it doing absolutely nothing, simply walking, and taking in the city on a much more relaxed level than my original enthusiastic week. I ate my humble lunch of rye bread, salted peanuts and canned tuna under Trajan's Column, in the hot Roman sun.
I had learnt from my time in Amalfi that it was time to enter into a new leg of my holiday and that was eat - sleep - walk and just chill out in ...
We spent the morning in siena and toured a museum,the crypts under the duomo, saw Duccio's beautiful paintings from the 1200s and a famous Madonna do the L ate (nursing, not coffee) that was beautiful. Climbed up to a panorama to see the campo, where the Palio is run,and we could see Silvia and Felice's home on the 8th floor of a 1200's building. Marc is invited to lecture next year at ...
... Stella and Rosanna led the tour guiding, telling us about all the sights, either walking or being driven by our chauffeur Pietro. These included the main sights of Messina, including Duomo (which is a church which has statues that come to life at midday and put on a show using counterweights), the lakes, the galleria and the sanctuary of madonna - plus Taormina. Pietro didnt speak much English but it didn't break down our communications too badly - we just used broken itanglish ...
... rumble the woman putting her hand in her bag, at which point the would be thief turned around and got off the train just as the doors were shutting! A little disconcerting but nothing was lost.
I'm somewhat apprehensive about mentioning dinner after Phil slated my reviewing style yesterday but tonight I had a quattro formaggio pizza, somewhat reminiscent of the ones I had nearly every day during my 3rd year at uni, ...