Hotel Ai Pini
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... at being paid €5 less than his fee but he had to accept it or make us miss our bus and flight. Luckily he took the money and left, pretty disgruntled but we didn't stay around to chat because as soon as we jumped on the bus left. We felt bad about not paying the dude the right money for most of the journey. We arrived at the airport and as we got their some lady face planted into the side walk. Naturally I helped her up and she was thankful. Later whilst waiting for ...
... t moving from right here'. At the top we found a nice restaurant with a 360 panoramic view of the mountain. We had a 'heart attack but delicious' hot chocolate and a fruit and custard slice that was very yummy! We were very lucky as it was another spectacular day - blue skies, scattered clouds, hardly any wind - Perfect! We took some photos and then took the cable car back down the mountain. We skied for a bit more before stopping for lunch outside in the ...
Today was our first day on the slopes. We had breakfast and went downstairs to the ski hire shop below the reception of the hotel. They had said in an email that they had clothes for hire but when we got there it was extremely limited. There were two big one piece snow suits, some massive snow pants, a few extra large jackets and that was about it. They also looked like they had come out of the 90s. I was sure it was just lost property that ...
... the voucher email and collecting the passes but don't be silly. Nothing's that easy! We needed a printed version of the attachment to the email. Yeh, no worries, let me just get my portable printer. This was the first document I actually needed printed all holiday, all the rest accept them from your phone! I ended up having to join the hotspot of one of the office ladies phone and try and forward the email ...
... speedy. I joined a guided tour and was mesmerised by the building, including the mechanics of the stage where elevators would lift up gladiators and wild animals. These spectacles would go on for months and were designed simply to keep the empire happy and entertained...it worked a treat!! Next to the Colosseum is the Imperial Forums which are a series of public spaces built by the Emperors of Rome. This is an open area accessible to the public. You can walk through or ...