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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... around the sides, three or four rows deep. At key moments in the service, those standing at the side knelt in prayer along with the main body of the congregation. In addition, there was a steady stream of tourists filing through the faithful. It struck me as a medieval scene, with the place divided between the pious, the pilgrims, the curious and the tourists. An extremely lengthy sermon was being delivered, and the congregation seemed sincerely attentive and engaged, even with ...
... her kindness . After a quick bite, they left us for a rest and then invited us around for dinner at 8pm at their place that night. The time was 4.30. All of us really didn't feel like going out - we were all so exhausted after our early morning rise and travelling ( travelling does exhaust you a great deal). We all decided we needed a lie down so down we all went, only to be jolted by the fear that we had completely. Issued ...
... my post so far also reminds me of a section in a guidebook for Venice labeled "Consuming." I am not sure why there was an entire separate section for that because the entire city is centered on various forms of tourism-based consuming. I have never seen so many designer shops in my life so concentrated. I am quite sure Venice beats out even Ginza in Tokyo.
The things that were not shops, though, ...
... opened onto the busy village with shops. The walk up the dungeon tower afforded a good vista of the whole area with almost 360 degrees of Lake Garda and appreciation of the pristine condition to the fort. A stroll along the waters edge lead to the Roman ruins of Grotte di Catullo (87-54BC). A huge site indicating a massive villa of at least 2 stories that sat up high and overlooked the lake. It was interesting to see the size and the views from the ruins, but for the quantity of ...
... that he and his brother (they have another shop in San Marco) bought up a lot of old glass beads, dating back to the 1920s in some cases, when a glassworks on Murano shut down some time ago. The old beads are tiny, in beautiful colours, and the brothers make jewellery that has received international attention. The small beads are combined with specially made larger glass and metal pieces, and every work is unique.