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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... after the waiter served then a coffee called India Colonia 1885 M.B. When the cup of coffee was served Battery Boy thought he had received a used cup with just the dregs in the bottom. There was less than a mouthful but boy was it potent.
About 5:00 p.m. they left the restaurant via the vineyard and walked to the bridge that links Mazzorbo with Burana, a tiny fishing village decorated with colourful houses. It is also the location ...
... surgery, Shona kept getting fired from her job, and I retired into a mansion with my millions! It was quite exciting arriving into venice as you are completely surrounded by water! When we got off the train it was the strangest thing not seeing a main road, but a busy waterway! We tried to find our water bus, with a slight mishap by going to the wrong one (thankfully, quickly realising) and going to the right stop. The drivers told us ...
... once again many amazing paintings. It also had many many rooms of art with some modern pieces on show for awhile. We then had our Grand Canal tour to go to and there were about 6 others on this with us and our guide was very passionate. Our mahogany speed boat was really great and it was a brilliant way to see Venice and its outer regions, seeing some amazing architecture and palaces. The tour company then organised our postponed Gondola tour straight after so ...
... lost is prt of the Venetian charm. And sure enough, we find ourselves at the train station instead of San Marco. We cross one of the 3 bridges over the grand canal and find one of 2 playgrounds in Venice (not including the railings of churches which become slides for the under 10 crowd). At one of the churches, Tyler hears Chinese spoken and shocks the **** out of the little girl's aunt when he chats her up with in Chinese.
After a sandwich lunch in the ...
... more with the face painting, we began walking around, crossing bridges, and weaving through the small canals of Venice. They had the most beautiful and intricate masks all over the city in every store. Some of them were really so beautiful, we just didn't know how we would pack them to bring them back home so we didn't buy anything. The Realto bridge is one of the three that crosses the Grand Canal, and it was PACKED. People in costume all over the place. We would weave ...