- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Babysitting service
- Room service
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... the lake promenade and around the town area enjoying the warmer and sunnier ambiance of the Canton Ticino. When we left Lugano we were 23klms from the Italian Border heading towards Milano, after crossed into Italy we drove across the Po Valley to Verona, one of the wealthiest towns of Italy also the medieval setting of Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet. On arrival at Verona we disembarked our coach and walked into the town area ...
... shots, as well as playing with the long exposure on my camera to get some shots of St Marks Sq. We then went over to St Marks and listened to the dueling orchestras play and wandered the square a little. I'm sure there was gelato involved in there somewhere as well. Back to Rialto Bridge for some more long exposure shots, did a little window shopping in the stores and then back to the room to relax.
... us even had a second . . :-).
Finally back to the convent with less than an hour to shower, change our clothes, and head out for dinner. Typical timing for this group! So - Laurie and I thought we had done such a great job making dinner reservations for dinner early in the day. Dave and I had been to this little restaurant the last time we were in Venice and it was close to the convent. We thought through our Italian vocabulary, picking ...
... We will only be with the group for the first part of the morning and then will go off on our own to explore the floating city. Calvin stopped at each seat this afternoon to ask if anyone had any questions or concerns. Of course, nobody mentioned the slop dinner from last night. But, I point blank asked him if the meals for the next three included hotels would be better than the vile food they served us last night. He seemed surprised we didn't enjoy it. But, then again, ...
... in Simone's kitchen, and Matteo arrived just 15 minutes before we served up so it worked out well. Simone and Matteo thoroughly enjoyed the meal, and while Matteo was asking what sauces would go well with it I was suggesting mustard and Worcestershire sauce knowing full well that he would say that he didn't like those things. I was really just setting him up for when I'd show him the recipe later on!
Yesterday, Jess was getting antsy that we were due to leave Ravenna the ...