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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cape (?), his coffin, his bones, his tongue, this is awesome!
... first permanent anatomical theatre built in the world, and is still intact today. The design was quite clever. It was built with 6 levels- 6 concentric circles each progressively higher than the last, encircling a table that stood in the centre on the lowest level. This is where the cadaver was kept and the professor would proceed with the dissections etc and have up to 200 students towering in the stands above watching. They would all stand as there were no seats. ...
... which is then slipped between the bars of a grate that is under the tomb. Letters, pictures, surround the site, visible signs of faith and a strong belief in St. Anthony. Some say he is the most popular saint in the world, outside of Mary and Joseph. After going to the tomb, pilgrims go behind the main altar, up a series of steps and below crucifix designed by Donatello, to the relics of St. Anthony, the most important being his ...
... my toiletry bag and taller toiletry items.You probably aren’t going to want to watch much TV and that is just as well because there isn’t much to watch. There are a bunch of NCL informational channels. There are also English, German and French movie channels. The same movies ran every day and always at the same time each day so that every single night of the cruise we could watch “The Hobbit” at ...
... so! However, on the converse, almost all men, young or old, are quick to get up and offer their seat to women or children. The children sing and play and smile at everybody.
The public toilets and bathrooms in many of the restaurants are almost an afterthought, with "toilets" being little more than a hole in the floor. So far I have been willing to risk a burst bladder rather than resorting to that!
We are renting ...