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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... places to eat. Lucy was hungry again. Oh dear. Luckily we didn't stop at one of the restaurants along the canal and walked further where we stumbled upon a large open air market. It was really cool. Had lots of organic food stalls and lots of places to sit. Our host had encouraged us to eat Italian food and drink Italian wine so for the 5th night in the row we did. Lucy, Katie and I had the best pizza ...
... a beer and snacks and the most wonderful passion fruit tartlet. We sat and watched people go by and the ferries come and go. We walked back to the car via a gallery of local artist's work. We bought a picture of Balbianello, the local villa near where we are staying. The road to Como made Lisa a little unsettled and we met a ...
... to see something we could hold against them but they all behaved very well.
Dusty and I touched the Wild Boar's nose while in Florence, and it is said that if you touch the nose you shall return. I hope to return soon, and I hope even more it is with the team. The leather is what they are known for and it was everywhere! The statues were amazing and while we didn't actually see the original statue of David the copy is said to be a perfect copy.
The boys are building ...
Right after breakfast we walk over to the corner of Via Giuseppe Verdi and Avenida Allesandro Manzoni. Fortunately, whatever was wrong with the lights at La Scala is fixed and we are able to tour. We enter through a back door and go up several flights of stairs with walls hung with opera posters. The first room we enter is the foyer, a long hall with columns, crystal chandeliers and busts of composers and musicians. From there we move to a box ...
... tell us that they weren’t Italian men. He thought it was very wrong. The train trip was nice. Only about 1 ½ hours and plenty to see along the way. Lots of corn crops and of course grapes everywhere. We checked in to our first B& B. Luisa is a lovely Italian lady who lets 3 rooms out in her home since the financial crisis. She is a lovely hostess and couldn’t do enough for us. We settled in comfortably ...