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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... traffic and on the last drive of the day things were so much easier. I conquered the art of making good coffee for both of us using the percolator and the pasta used for dinner is great. I do keep on making the mistake of buying the wrong bottled water - well the kids don't like the bubbles but there is plenty for us.
So hope all is well at home - wouldn't have a clue to what is going on - the beauty of travelling without news and will report back tomorrow.
... table and figured we were outta luck since we were just wingin it and ambling on in. JJ told the cartoony host that we didn't quite have a reservation and he quickly retorted, "We've been waiting for you!" surprisingly it was not next to the restrooms :) It was at the front by a window with a view!
As we ate the meal I noticed one of the stylish eating guests looked a lot like that one musician girl named Pink. We doubted it was her until one ...
... br> In a Food Processor:
MIX, THEN ADD
Fluffed egg whites
MIX UNTIL CONBINED, SET ASIDE
Soak Wafers in coffee
Layer as shown, then refrigerate
ENJOY YOUR TIRAMASU!!!
PS my name in French/Italian is NOEMI ;)
We stayed at an apartment with Marina, who had a room to let. She showed us the apartment and then disappeared into her livingroom with her boyfriend. Our room had a great view of tiled rooftops and the top of an old church. However, it was a breezless oven of doom. We escaped to wander around.
Firenze Squiggly made an appearance near the duomo, much to Jennie's delight. The afternoon was spent ...
... was difficult to find. I walked around the piazza a few times trying my hardest not to look like I had no clue where I was going, but I don't think I succeeded. Another man cried out "Bella Bella...Hello beautiful I'm trying to talk to you...Bella" but this time I was prepared and ignored him as I walked past. He followed me for a couple of feet then grew lazy and gave up.
Soon I greeted two young girls and asked them for help. To my surprise their mothers, ...