ATAHOTEL De Angeli Residence
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
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Just when we thought Venice was the most beautiful place we would visit in Italy, Varenna may have beaten it into second place. Neither of us can get our heads round the fact that we are actually seeing what's around us. The apartment is amazing and the views from the balcony alone are worth the trip. Claire has also befriended a blind cat so we keep having to think of excuses to go and see the lady so Claire can rub the cat.
First of all...all of this trip was made with the recomendations of this site "Mil„o nas Maos"!
1) Here to stay
we stay in Milan, for 1 and an half day, so we choose the hotel, based on the rate and location, so the ...
But later I read in the New York Times: "In a country where average household income is less than $9,000 a year, Bhumibol is almost unfathomably rich. In addition to the king’s personal holdings, theCrown Property Bureau, a royal trust, controls more than $37 billion in assets, which produce hundreds of millions of dollars in annual income that, according to Thai law, can be spent 'at the king’s ...
... the floor only to break a gallon of milk that quickly spread across the floor of the restaurant. You can't help but appreciate the full time entertainment Alex provides us all.
We returned to lake Como for a boat ride and some shopping. The most amazing houses on the water I personally have ever seen. The area is amazing but I think the mosquito's take steroids.
That night we played a friendly match at Lake Como with the local team. It was anything but friendly. I think it ...
... 15 feet by 27.5 feet) and occupies the entire wall.
The masterpiece has had a rough time of it. Rather than traditional fresco where paint is applied to wet plaster, Leonardo applied oil paint mixed with tempera to a stone wall that he sealed with pitch. The result was gorgeous, but it didn't wear well; it began to flake as early as 1517. In 1652, Christ's feet were chopped off when the Dominicans cut a door through the wall. For a ...