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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... around the sides, three or four rows deep. At key moments in the service, those standing at the side knelt in prayer along with the main body of the congregation. In addition, there was a steady stream of tourists filing through the faithful. It struck me as a medieval scene, with the place divided between the pious, the pilgrims, the curious and the tourists. An extremely lengthy sermon was being delivered, and the congregation seemed sincerely attentive and engaged, even with ...
... her kindness . After a quick bite, they left us for a rest and then invited us around for dinner at 8pm at their place that night. The time was 4.30. All of us really didn't feel like going out - we were all so exhausted after our early morning rise and travelling ( travelling does exhaust you a great deal). We all decided we needed a lie down so down we all went, only to be jolted by the fear that we had completely. Issued ...
Up early at 6.45 to rush off for the 7.20 train to Venice from nearby Bessano del grappa.
The Uncomfortable plastic seats were worth it when we saw Venice, We were a little concerned when we paid 7 euros each for a water bus ticket and were asked to get off at the opposite side of the Grand Canal. However we came to realise that we were now at the water bus stop. We travelled on the very ...
The crowds in Venice were unbearable, as in Disneyland unbearable. We decided to wake up at 4 a.m. so that we could have the city all to ourselves. The little sleep the night before was worth it as we enjoyed navigating the labyrinth that is Venezia.
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We arrived in Padua on Monday afternoon, first impressions from the train station end of town were a bit disappointing, but fortunately as we got closer to our hotel at the other end (near the Basilica of St Anthony) the town become more appealing. Spent the afternoon on the "Great Laundry Hunt of Padua" to no avail. We were sent to ...