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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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... Alps and the Apennines. Longitudinally it extends from the border with France and the French Riviera (or Côte d'Azur) near Ventimiglia (a former customs post) to Capo Corvo (also known as Punta Bianca) which marks the Eastern end of the Gulf of La Spezia and is close to the border with Tuscany. The Italian Riviera thus includes nearly all of the coastline of ...
... I got back in the car again. Because I didn't take any photo's today I thought I would share some of Dave's foodie snaps he has been taking. Mitch always wants to know what we have eaten when we are away, so Dave has been taking a photo of everything that we eat! It was driving me crazy at first, but now it's just funny. We are those stupid tourists taking photos of their dinner that we normally laugh at! So enjoy our many platters of mixed meat, cheese, cappuccino's and ...
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Once we arrived the check in process was easy as most people checked in from 12pm. We pre-purchase our drinks package and spa package. Once on board we saw reception about our dinner seating. Reception said we needed to speak with the maitre'd. We did and we're given first dinning on a shared table with South Africans. We went up to our room and hallejuha we have a balcony with a view! We also have a bath and ...
... Cattedrale Di San Lorenzo. It was built to hold John the Baptists ashes in 1155. Apparently for centuries the churchyard was the only public meeting place. Inside there are many small altars and chapels and the ceiling and pillars are painted in rich colours with gold featuring prominently. Breath-taking is all I can say. Giva had a near miss outside posing on one of the imposing lions flanking the entrance when he was blown onto the steps by ...
... met Gabrielle who translated the whole sermon and service to me in English. I met Pol, it was his birthday and we sang to him in three languages during potluck. I met Betti and she wanted so much to talk to me but she only spoke Italian. But, we somehow did and we said to it’s each other, “Lo vi vedro di nuovo, se non sulla terra ti vedro in paradiso sotto l’albero della vita.” (I will see you again, if not on earth I will see you in heaven under the ...