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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Wake up in the early hours of the morning to find the room momentarily as bright as daylight. It takes me a minute to realise we are not being abducted by aliens, but we are in the middle of what sounds like a quite spectacular thunderstorm.
Wake up at a slightly more respectable time to find that a slight glistening on the pavements is …
... some time out to think about spending my battery-charging days in a quiet and beautiful city of north-east Italy, Venice. When I told my room-mate that I am going to Venice, he said "You could also visit Sirmione if you get some extra time". I looked it up on the internet, and after looking at the result I decided that I am dropping out Venice and going to Sirmione. Google Maps said it’s a place in kind of middle ...
... amp; some trained but unrecognizable trees/vines all under netting. Villages & towns abound & the background of the hills & the mountains is most impressive. Back in Verona the bus dropped us off fairly close to home & after a light lunch we returned at 2.30 to read & snooze.
Jane went for a walk whilst Dick slept and came across yet another church & cloisters nearby with a queue for confession which you ...
... 28 steak! Add in a beer and dessert and I ended up paying more then my hotel.
The next morning I woke up still feeling a little and not recovered from day one, and also noticed my hips bothering me a little again so I made the decision that I would take the regional trains all the way to Rome and then just bike around each place. After packing up my stuff and checking out a little late I was off to the train station to head for ...
... to the church of Saint Anastasia. A beautiful church with many exquisite alters, paintings, sculptures and elegant Gothic architecture.
After our visit to the church we went to the old bridge and castle next to the river. The castle had always been used for defense purposes until the 20th century when it was converted to a museum. The old bridge is a tall brick arched design that is only accessible by bikes and pedestrians. Finally we made a ...