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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
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... at being paid €5 less than his fee but he had to accept it or make us miss our bus and flight. Luckily he took the money and left, pretty disgruntled but we didn't stay around to chat because as soon as we jumped on the bus left. We felt bad about not paying the dude the right money for most of the journey. We arrived at the airport and as we got their some lady face planted into the side walk. Naturally I helped her up and she was thankful. Later whilst waiting for ...
... t moving from right here'. At the top we found a nice restaurant with a 360 panoramic view of the mountain. We had a 'heart attack but delicious' hot chocolate and a fruit and custard slice that was very yummy! We were very lucky as it was another spectacular day - blue skies, scattered clouds, hardly any wind - Perfect! We took some photos and then took the cable car back down the mountain. We skied for a bit more before stopping for lunch outside in the ...
... clipped/strapped in and started to tackle the slope. The first part was ok until we got to a part that was a very steep gradient. Ash decided that it was a bit too steep and was out of her comfort zone and couldn't go any further. I will admit it was steep with people zooming past and it was also pretty narrow so not much room for turns. We had a few emotional moments of being stuck on the mountain, not being able to go back up or down. After ...
Today we left the island of Venice and boarded a bus to the Dolomites. After napping on and off we came into view of the huge mountains. They were big and rocky with snow caps. I was beginning to get very excited for the snow!! The two hour bus ride came to an end and we arrived in the snowy town of Cortina. I had to find the ski office to pick up our ski passes before the next bus arrived to take use to our ...
... the big monuments in the centre of the city I ventured a little bit further to the Tridente area. This was a slice of paradise and I enjoyed all it had to offer including: - the Spanish steps and at the base the Barcaccia fountain designed by Bernini's father. This was still running on the ancient Roman aqueducts - Piazza Del Popolo which houses a huge Egyptian Oblisk stolen by the Romans - it's one of the last 20 surviving in the world - Church of Santa Maria del ...