Hotel Alle Acque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... them to the Residencia before a well earned coffee.
Set off then for the river to the huge fortress complex as we wanted to use the free public wi fi next to it. After some trouble we managed to connect & send a couple of emails etc before wandering deeper into the old city where we passed several fine but closed, churches & a market. The buildings are wonderful & there are new views at each turn. We had lunch at a cafe & ...
Anyway, with lots of hugs and happy cries of "buona ventura" (good luck), we all went our separate ways.
Now it's late and I need to finish packing to get ready to leave for Venice bright and early tomorrow morning. I'm leaving most of my clothes here (I'm sick of them anyway) because I have no room for them now -- let alone when I leave Venice. We'll see what else I decided to leave behind there!
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"Wait a minute: didn't you say that the imperfetto tense was for a continuous action, or one tha didn't have a specified ending? 'I was at the beach.' Isn't that unspecified?" (Except when you include the preposition 'per' which implies something happening da-da-da-STOP.)
We -- Bernard, Alice, Dario, and I -- spent 10 minutes today over the choice of tense to use when saying something like: "We had looked for a room at a restaurant for the ...
... dinner again in lieu of Yoga and room snacks. Good thing I did as the restaurant people only got back around 11! We were knackered and I was sick.zzzzzzzzz
DAY 9 - the fun times of covering about 800km to get back to Budapest and then to Szeged.
We SHOULD have arrived back to Budapest by about 8.30pm but there were a few hiccups
- we were stopped and searched for ...
So here is the deal, to say my Italian speaking skills are basic would be an upgrade. My knowledge extends all the way to an unimpressive (yet theatrical) "Ciao Bella!" and a few silly swears taught to me by some naughty pasta loving pals of mine whilst at work and bored. However, on Sunday 31st August I will be flying to from London to Verona, before travelling to the town of Lonigo, where I will spend two weeks ...