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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wonderful hotel. Very helpful staff, large comfortable rooms.
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Mercoledi, 30 Settembre
Today was pretty frustrating....
Instance No. 1 (This happened last night, but since it was nearly 0200, I count it toward today's totals.)
The bed and pillow in this room are really, really hard, and I've not been sleeping well at all. Last night was particularly bad: first I was freezing, then too hot, my knees hurt, the pillow was like a brick, etc, etc.
After tossing and turning ...
... but now has hotels. Another island has a Franciscan Monastery set up by St Francis of Assisi. Many of the islands are unoccupied and we even saw some that were not even built on. It gave us an idea of the environment before Venice was built. Venice was built by a group of people who wanted to escape from the Barbarians. By building on the Venetian moors, they were protected due to the waterways surrounding them. It was a lovely afternoon, arriving back at the hotel by ...
... They sadly had to go before they got to light the candles. It was amazingly hot after the cool of the church. It was time to go back to the hotel but by trying to squeeze in one more lovely square it was clear dehydration wes setting in. I am ashamed to say they took shelter in "The Old English Pub". It looked right but the beer was not what was expected. The pint of water went down a treat. They made it back to me in one ...
... it should have a lot of pepper on it, to give it the 'black' colour which the word 'carbon' is alluding to in this case. It should also never, never, never be made with cream. Isa detests the lazy opt out that restaurants do these days, as traditional carbonara never has cream in it. Instead it gets its creaminess from a cheese called pecorino and egg. I thought it looked great when it was done, but alas, I didn't actually like the taste of it :( Probably because I'm used ...
... Swiss Francs
# of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 6
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: We have no clue but we are probably getting out of Italy.