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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... be popped on our table. Turns out to be a buffet service which is great but the price for it wasn't cheap. All we wanted was a nibble of dim sum and noodles, not kilos of chow mein! Here's the awkward...... Having already ordered drinks and said that we wanted to eat the staff assume we are going to happily stand up, grab a plate and get on with it... But by this time we didn't feel like paying the price of the buffet and so we had to say we just wanted the drinks please... The ...
We did our first grocery shopping here in the city... Groceries are amazingly cheap here in Italy, and everything is really fresh and delicious. I bought 40 euro worth of stuff that would cost about 80 dollars American. I'm still trying to figure out how to make pasta sauces... (note: mozzerella is not a good cheese to saute into a sauce, you'll spend a good extra 30 minutes ...
... tire-track soled shoes to Italy. Dog waste removal is almost impossible. One must rent a power washer to do an adequate job.
Speaking of fashionable. Where were my consultants when I packed my functional, warm, ski slope ready - with the zip out lining - coat? Every time I pass another fashionable Italian woman I think about my sexy black Prada parka sitting at home in the closet.
Bad choice, ...
... each street which changes names with every wind or every other street making it impossible to find any place you might be searching for. It is so easy to get lost when nothing is right angle to anything else. I won't even mention the numbering systems or lack of. I suppose I could also mention Italian driving, dog waste, no touching the fruit, vegetable OR the packaged bread, and rudeness but then it wouldn't be Italy. WOMEN: FYI. The fashion scene ...
... kind of laughing because we could have been Chepe's first patients. We got on the ship finally and Maria called Chepe - who was scheduled in the office - and he was busy with a person that had a stroke (an employee). One statistic that is already in is that the average age of passengers here is 70 years! Jim feels very young! There are 18 children also - two of which are in the room above ours! We went and had lunch with Maria as we were waiting for our luggage to be ...