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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... prized possession, his tongue, all surrounded by gold stuff. ...
... of Bologna (oldest one in Italy, began in 1088) because they wanted a new place of learning with more freedom and where the students could have more influence in the decision making. The first faculty was law. We visited this room called The Room of Forty which had 3 of the 4 walls covered in the many crests that the university had had over the years as well as paintings of notable alumni over the centuries. On one part of the main wall were the words ...
... sure it was memorable this time. We then tried to find the bike trail. As usual, this meant asking for directions. Hans asked a woman riding by on her bike for directions. She tried to explain how to get there, but then said she would show us. We all followed along behind her. She got us to the trail and we thanked her for her help. By this time, we were hungry so we stopped at some benches along the trail. A little later we needed to find another bike trail to go in ...
Our Sailaway through the Grande Canal was beautiful, and ending a thoroughly enjoyable 2 days in Venice.
Enjoying your comments and catching up with all your activities from home...not much information about Australia on board.. As Australian government does not allow any Australian TV outside Australian waters unfortunately...only get tit bits here and there on CNN & BBC...I'm sure you're all sick of the election lead up I'm imagining by ...
... outside. We thoroughly enjoyed watching some kids playing while their parents were somewhere in the piazza. The whole time we were there, a young man was throwing a zinger up into the air and catching it with the aim of selling it to someone. However, not a sale!
The meal wasn't wonderful but the walk home was interesting to say the least. We had noticed a few people with gumboots on which we thought was quite odd, but when we moved from the ...