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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... each on homemade pasta. The main course (which excited Lara less) braised beef, roasted potatoes and a small cheese and egg soufflé. Dessert was a berry tart with homemade biscuit (we thought she said homemade bisquick which was not as impressive) and a vanilla semifredo. We had tickets for a light show on the wall of the cathedral after dinner. We missed the show we were scheduled for by an hour, we didn't take into account ...
Italians like it when you try to speak Italian even if you are not very good.
Italians go for a walk after dinner. It's called the passegiata.
Street vendors always try to sell you things. You have to bargain with them.
Buildings in Italy are very beautiful and old. Most statues are nude.
You can get your portriait sketched in the piazzas.
... went with.
Nicole and I lay on the paving and 'stargazed' - there were about 10 visible
stars. Mitchell and Thomas joined us. After talking about drinking I teased
Mitchell that they couldn’t handle their booze, he asked why I wasn’t drinking
and I told him I had I just wasn’t a lightweight. One thing led to another and
a drinking challenge was on, I told him I was South African and could therefore
out drink ...
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On the way to the chapel we saw the tapestries from Belgium hung in Sistine chapel 1500-1600's. They were made from painted copied canvas (using linear perspective). The eyes follow u. There are heaps of Jewish symbols in the tapestries inserted subtly eg Shabbat tables.
... The owner will permit me to interview him tomorrow. Monterosso is our favorite Cinque Twrre town with lovely beach and charming streets. Two excellent meals. Laura taking great photos. Having seen much if the area in 2009 we will concentrate on places we have yet to see Corniglia and Levanto (not part of Cinque ...