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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of silver cleaners readily available today, it can be made to look brand-new once more.
You can get silver jewellery as a set as well as single pieces. If you are an outbound and an active woman, opt for a trendy piece of jewellery like a trendy ring or stylish earrings or a pendant which would match your personality and is easy to wear. If traditional is what specifies you, purchase a more classic set or piece.
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... then you can see a hilltop village in the distance. These seem to decorate the hills as much as the trees do. It is very peaceful and takes you back in time. We head off to a town called Pitigliano which is on a hill top. This village is known as Little Jerusalem because of the large Jewish community here. This area was originally inhabited by the Etruscans back in the 4th century. Today it is a vibrant town that deserves a look around. So we wander the ...
... It just made for a horridly short night. But like I have learned in the past, once Jacques says: "we go!".... We make a hasty departure. in trying to leave the bay in front of Ponza, I had forgotten how rough this exit could be, NE 12, with the cold wind slamming into our faces. Burrrrrrrr..... I stayed in the cockpit right behind Marina, hoping for some kind of protection, as she, too, was shivering. I found myself looking up at the ...
Natural unspoiled hot spring. Free for the taking. Tiered layers of hot springs and waterfalls.
Mostly Italians there. Delightful.
Beautiful,small, a jewel of a medieval town. Two other tourists there. Wandered the streets.
... for the garden this year, and that something or other had been steeling the chickens! After our visit, Elio and I stopped for a cappuccino in Cellere, a small town nearby that I used to love to walk to from GM...for that very cappuccino! We did not solve all the worlds problems, but had quite the interesting conversation. We were all over the map, from the italian economy and how it was impacting families, to politics, to just life ...