- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... after death. But I suppose they chose to be commemorated there, so they aren't to feel sorry for. Pompeii was a shabby town, but the archeological site is huge and it takes a full day to see most of the ruins, so you don't particularly need to spend long in the town itself. Being in Pompeii made me wonder about the logic behind archeology and 'recreating' ruins. To what extent do you rebuild an ancient town? The acropolis in Athens and the ruins in Rome have done these ...
... between 6 and 8am 6 days a week and it is collected during the day. Many people have hooks on their walls to hang the bag to keep it off the ground. I have not yet seen a rat and hope for it to stay that way!
It is also illegal to feed the pigeons.
Toilets are well hidden and rare. When desperate enough to come across one you then pay for the privilege.
Our lights at home are like gas lights, you flick the switch, and go away for a minute or two ...
... upper decks were packed with people taking advantage of it. A cheering escort of small recreational craft accompanied us to the end of the Canale as we left Venice and headed out to sea.
We took advantage of some free time to explore part of the ship, thankful for making the wise decision to bring a copy of the deck layout, without which we may not have made it back in time for dinner. Just to prove the point, another butler was provided to escort us to the restaurant at ...
... as has titled himself (short for GPS) was in his element telling us all how stupid we were for not being able to match his navigational agility.
We took a lazy afternoon stroll around Rialto before getting set up for dinner at the Bauer hotel. Dad had arranged a table for us all right out on the Grand Canal, but unfortunately the weather had other ideas - big thick dark clouds looked like ...
... around. Another train had arrived at the adjacent platform and one crazy woman decided to lead a tour of Japanese down the other side as people were boarding. As we started to get on a couple of scammers tried to take our bags, but we held our ground and told them to go away. They lost interest and moved on. We got to our seats and stowed luggage, only to find the same guys arrive at our seats helping ...