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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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... my identification. I give her my Repubblica Italiana Tessera Sanitaria card, my public health system access card. And no, the sanitaria bit is not an indication of my mental health. (In New Zealand sanatoriums were places the medical profession put people who were a risk to themselves or others because of their mental health … or lack of …) The woman seems pleased at this and, taking it, goes away again.
In the 4-5 minutes she is away this time I ...
... it in the hight of summer with boats on the lake & all the beautiful people sipping their macchiatos on the tree lined shore. We dropped our beaut little car off the afternoon, safe & sound. It has served us well the little Merc A180. Over 3000km, through all the traffic, tiny little "streets " that were never designed with a car in mind, busy ...
... www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/0 3/31/175619712/italys-chocolate-easter- eggs-big-bold-and-full-of-bling.
And for more information about Easter traditions in general, see http://goitaly.about.com/od/festivalsan devents/a/easter.htm and http://www.italia.it/en/travel-ideas/re ligion-and-spirituality/italys-easter-c ...
... break and a snack. Conor got one more cappuccino, and I debated getting Hazelnut Chocolate cookies...but decided the more responsible choice was the freshly cooked Risotto in the cafeteria of the rest stop (seriously, Italy has the road trip amenities figured out). The drive home was pretty, but I think that the drive there in the daylight was just a bit nicer.
All in all - Italy, you're a bit pricey but the food was delicious! Time to plan our next adventure :)
... was settled or occupied by a variety of people and cultures over the years. This multi-cultural aspect of its development is what makes the city the unique place it is today. It could even be said Milano over the centuries has "changed hands" as often as the weather. Here is the short list of some of the folks who have occupied Milano over the years and had a major influence on how the City developed: The Celtics, Romans, ...