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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we woke early to have breakfast before our taxi came to take us to the train station. We were running a tad late due to the overly relaxed concierge and when we arrived at the station were in trouble for being only 2 mins early for the bus. To add to the pressure we had to pay the taxi driver the fee of €25 which would have been fine if we had the cash or had time to go to the ATM. Instead we had a €10 note and coins adding up to another €10. He ...
... received the invoice for the ski equipment and clothing hire. To my absolute shock he was charging us €100 euro for the hire of the ancient onesie and my large pants for two days! I was absolutely shocked! We could have bought some for that! Personally I felt we should be charging them for making us wear the ridiculous clothing! I had to get my card to pay and went up to see Ash in the room. She was just as shocked! I decided to go down and talk to him ...
... It was magic! We stopped up here and had a hot chocolate, which was literally melted chocolate- thick and creamy with cream on top! Delicious! Here we planned the next route to take to get us back to the bus and from here there was a slight red run(medium difficulty) to a blue run(easy difficulty) that would take us to where we would have lunch. We asked a few people if it was difficult and they said it wasn't too bad. We left the ...
... took a good 30minutes to arrive! Eventually we got our ski passes and jumped in a taxi to our hotel. We were wondering just how much it was going to cost! I was hoping less that €50! Luckily it only came to €25 so I was pretty happy about that and the taxi driver was great, telling us all about the area. The hotel was lovely, a huge spacious room and a fantastic view of the mountains. What more could you ...
... the Museums of the Popes of Rome which has been built up over 5 centuries. It was amazing to walk through time from antiquities of Egypt and the Near East to Greek and Roman time then the 12th-21stC, rooms of sculptures, tapestries, carriages, maps of Italy and modern art. I saw works by Raphael, Giotto, Leonardo, Caravaggio, Van Gogh, Matisse and Moore. All this was building up to the amazing Cappella Sistina.....WOW!! The artwork on the roof was moving and ...