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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... and bustle going on all around them. Sadly, we only caught a fleeting glimpse of the singing super monk.
We were in search of the tomb of Saint Anthony, one of the big beasts of the company of saints, and one of the very fastest to be turned into a saint. It was a good comparison with good old Pope John Paul II, who had been recently beatified and whose adoration was very evident in Poland. But even more remarkable is the devotion for Saint Anthony, who died in 1231, ...
... d never done that before. Isa doesn't believe in getting pre minced meat and she is all about eating healthy and looking after yourself by eating good food. She thinks "food is life" and everyone should know how to cook a little bit, and 'good' food is where it all starts. She told me to look at the colour of the minced meat we just made (light pink) and compare it to what the store bought pre minced stuff is. From memory it's usually a much darker pink/red. We got the ...
2nd day in Venice and I'm off to the museum. In this museum I learnt about the history of Venice. The history of Venice is really interesting and is really nice to hear about it, here is some of what Learnt - According to the tradition, Venice was founded in 421 AD on April 25th, Saint Mark’s day, who is the patron saint of ...
... in busy traffic at times, but following her made it non-stressful. There she was totally relaxed, at times talking on her cell phone, and her young son following behind her on his bike. As we entered traffic circles she just gently guided her son by pointing the way. After how stressful it was for me yesterday as we rode into Padova, this was wonderful. After about 8k or so we stopped for a little break. She and her son had not had lunch because they were just heading home ...
... of early Venice and established it as a republic and secular humanist state. They worked alongside councils of elders to rule the state. I toured through the palace which includes the Doge's apartments, council chambers, appeal courts and a prison. It was really gorgeous and the history of the place was amazing. By the time I emerged, it was midday and the crowds in San Marco Square were overwhelming. So I headed over to the Dorsoduro ...