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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... did later get the keys, a son of the owners was the contact. He had excellent English and told us more about the area. We had realised the Bnb had apartments split into bedrooms spread around the 4 blocks surrounding a central courtyard. Other apartments appear to be owned by other people. He told us that this area had Turin influences as the original architect came from there. The apartments on the road side have 5 floors and higher ceilings and were the original buildings. The ...
... night catching up on their skiing trip to France/Switzerland and us about our time in Paris. We had dinner in with antipasti of buffalo mozzarella tomatoes and oil, artichokes, anchovies, truffle pasta and puntarelle salad and spiced pears with cinnamon panna cotta to finish. It is so lovely to have Sandra and Max here, what great ...
... our gingerbread nativity scene that has been described as biblically good. This dessert will take you back to what's important about Christmas while giving you a superb finale to your degustation. Simply heavenly, bon appetite
All this spiel was written by Matthew (Bull Artiste) Lim
It took us 10 hours and 8 bottles of Red (one of which is a BIG ******* 1.5 L bottle ...
... it fell into ruin. Much of the marble and statues were reclaimed for use in a Cardinals villa nearby.
The boys took photos with their own cameras. Dan took many selfies infront of many relevant places and it soon became a game to see if they could take photos of each other by surprise. Hence it ended in an arguement between them.
Hadrians Villa was so easy to explore and very relaxing ...
... area providing space for three significant fountains, including as the centrepiece the Fountain of the Four Rivers. Around the edges, the outdoor seating for the many restaurants and cafeterias encroached on the central area. This time it was the Rome’s main outdoor Xmas market with lots of peddlers selling Indian and Chinese scarves, bubble blowing toys, tickets to "hop on, hop off" tour buses and lots of other "madam, you must buy this" ...