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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... our semi separate trips. Drove the car from Verona to Milan this morning and Google indicated a less than two hour trip but the international airport Milan Malpensa is quite a way to the west of Milan central and it took 2 hrs 20 minutes. It was quite a tiring time driving on the freeway filled with trucks, all weaving in and out at the speed limit of 130 km per hour. The little manual Fiat had to be "driven" not like the Honda with ...
... a church, there are two basilicas, an upper which is bigger & brighter with frescos on the wall depicting St Francis's life then the lower basilica which has the tomb of St Francis., he was born here in 1128, known as a poet, he formed the Franciscan order. The town feels a little like it is frozen in the middle ages, got off the bus and walked up the hill to our hotel, St Francesco hotel directly opposite ...
... so we stayed for quite awhile. Went from the hotel to the wedding as a group by bus taxi and the photos will show the beautiful palace/ museum where the ceremony was held. (Palazzo Della Ragione) Not a large wedding, just close family and friends, which added to the very emotional wedding. Sat in the nearby piazza drinking Proscecco and Spritz until Ristorante Maffei was ready. Very very high class place; one of the guests said it was regarded as the second best restaurant in ...
... with great views over Verona. Finally caught up with friends, bride's parents Deanna and Allen and Sandy and Gary. Found that the wedding has been switched from Juliet's House since with 38 degrees and being on the third floor with no lifts or fans allowed, losing a couple of Nonnas wouldn't be a good start to the marriage. Our accommodation is ...
... municipality, evidenced by the portico of a Roman Temple of Minerva built in the 1st Century, where the Christian faith was introduced in the 3rd century AD, evidenced by the temple being used as the facade of a church. After the fall of the Roman Empire, Assisi was razed by the Goths, recaptured by the Byzantines and then conquered by the Lombards. It flourished during the 11th and 12th centuries as a free Commune, but soon fell again into ...