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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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Woke up to a beautiful morning today (typical coz we are leaving!). Happened to be on Facebook just before brekky and saw Tarni on and she was at our house so managed a quick Skype sesh with her and Isla and Na. That little bubba is so gorgeous ;). Great to talk to and see the kids as well - had to send Din a msg coz he was at work. Left the docks at Venice at about 8.30am for our journey today. We have a new driver today ...
... the tomb of the Lost Soldier. This monument is made of white marble and features majestic stairways and fountains. On both sides there is a statue of Victor Emmanuel riding a Quadrigas. This monument was very controversial and the locals do not like it. Although it won a competition, the locals do not like it! The structure destroyed a large area of Capitoline Hill.
... rugs. Pompei is so much more then we were expecting and you just cannot see it all in one day. We ran out of time and first on the "to-do" list will be to read more (already did some!) and to find a good documentary on this place. If we get the chance we both agreed we would return and do a guided tour to learn more about these people and their lives.
Back into the car for the last leg of the journey and Grant is starting to ask ...
We arrived to our bed and breakfast and were greeted by our host Paolo. Our bed and breakfast was called Arches and we had a cute room with a balcony overlooking the street. This bed and breakfast is kind of a self serve place and we were shown our food cupboard, our shelf in the fridge and how to use the espresso/cappuccino machine and we were left on our own. We were exhausted ...
... windows with plants and herbs hanging on the ledge, a man singing and playing smooth Italian Jazz music and fruit stores and cute little cobblestone lane ways that lead to other places.
We walked right to the top of the town where there was a incredibly beautiful Basilica that overlooked the town below. After all christianity and religion really blossomed from Europe.
Freya, Lizzy, Alyce and I went walking around and found this cute little ...