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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... limits and enforcement between Italy and Australia and then an aside on the value we each placed on principles. How much would you pay to defend yourself against an unjust speeding fine. He was gob-smacked that it would cost more to defend a speeding charge in Australia than pay the fine. "Wouldn't the court award costs", he asked. Talking of speed limits, last time I drove in Italy, everyone was going at +160kph. This time, there were radar warning signs ...
... again were amazed at some of the statues, floor mosaics, tombs and old buildings. Also as it was the first Sunday in the month it was free to enter so another bonus. For our last evening in Italy we went for a final walk and had delicious pizza for tea. We have had the most wonderful holiday in Italy. We have seen some of the most beautiful spots in the world, we have seen an array of ancient historical places some that we had never heard of but ...
... br> Anyway we are here weather is just absolutely gorgeous. We had
pasta with clams. We had 2 kilos of clams ( 4.4 pounds for those of you metric challenged)
After a hefty lunch we drove to the lake and had a lovely primeval with more food just what we needed.
Ok we are jet lagged, freaking tired, kristi is speaking in tongues, so we are going to be bed.
... to understand his past and, therefore, present while he continues to live as both an American and European, traveling back and forth on a regular basis. Walking through his history has been a beautiful adventure of a young man able to harness a juicy life full of friendships, family, music, painting, and sea.
So it was a great surprise to find out that his old friend from Anguillara was having a party for his wife's birthday, that we ...
... We only had two full days to explore the town. We ended up having a really good day, even if I was a little slow moving the first part of the day. Our first stop was the Colosseum, so cool. Below is some background info on it. The Colosseum is an elliptical amphitheatre in the centre of the city. Built of concrete and stone, it was the largest amphitheatre of the Roman Empire, and is considered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and engineering. It is ...