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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
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It has happened my friends. We are almost incommunicado. Satellite coverage has dropped to its lowest levels. So, it would be almost impossible for me to upload photos.Therefore, I will finish my blog after I get home and have a normal internet connection. Sorry.
Many activities on the ship; talent shows, galley tours, movies, and the usual relaxation pursuits such as reading. I am wading through the biography of Andrew Carnegie at ...
... in a cabinet which makes the choosing less problematic given the fact that no one speaks English. We motion to the young woman behind the counter - I have seen a plate of meat, lettuce and tomato which looks the ticket but don't want raw beef again so try to ask if it comes with ham instead. She asks us if we are English and then directs us to follow her to a woman sitting outside at one of the tables. She turns out to be from Wales, has lived here many years and ...
Lovely day touring on the city sight seeing buses. What a grand , stately old city this is. Just beautiful, abounding with Palaces & stunning architecture. Wide streets, large piazzas (Turin boast the largest square in Europe) yet with small alleys bursting with shops & cafes. The gelato here seems not to be displayed in cabinets but in deep containers so you cannot choose with the eyes but select from a list. I may be a little ...
What a way to celebrate a birthday :) sadly it's raining here today though. But what do tourists do when it rains? Go to a museum of course ! We spent the morning wandering through the ancient Egyptian Museum. The largest outside Cairo. Thoroughly enjoyed it all. What an amazing collection they have. ...
Tans topped up we headed back into Italy to spend a couple of days in Turin. As with our previous 'winging it' ways we found ourselves a great camping spot on the outskirts of the city. And as luck would have it, the camp had pretty much cleared out that morning so we had our pick of grass to pitch on. If there is one thing we've learned along the way you can't beat camping on grass - easy to put up the tent, less risk of something sharp puncturing the ...