Relilax Terme Miramonti
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... are direct, indirect, and possessive pronouns. There are just more of them because several of them have two genders. And then there are a whole bunch of new pronouns "just because..."
I buy my wine and drink my wine. / Io compro il mio vino e io bevo il mio vino.
But it's cumbersome to repeat "my wine," so let's use the pronoun "lo" instead, and move it in front of the verb. Then let's ...
... possible to get a copy of each day's dinner menu. I explained what I was doing (here) and said that it would be nice if I could include the actual titles of things in addition to my described memories. He said that I couldn't get them from the first week I was here,* but that he would happily give me one every day, starting right then. (see what I mean about the staff here?)
*Unbelievably in this day and age, ...
... that does gondola rides and as we line up all the gondolas come back in and it appears to be siesta time so they all pack up their stuff and leave!
I was on my last nerve by that stage my head was about to blow but I somehow contained it from Briony. Thinking that all my plans had been undone with the unluckiness of bad timing we head back to the grand canal in one last hope that there will be a Gondola available. None! None anywhere in the docks or in the water! As I ...
Well that had to be the most expensive load of laundry ever done!
I started the washing machine and we went out for dinner, a cruise on the Grand Canal at night to see the lights and a walk thru St Marks Square on the way home.
At home, unknown to us things were happening. Who knew the bench top in the kitchen over the washing machine was just resting on the machine and not fixed. Yep, the spin cycle sent the bench top into orbit and the items on top of ...
... postcard around every bend. Crossed the boarder into Italy. Not as pretty as Austria. Houses have become Italian, cars have become Fiats. Arrived at Tronchetto and jumped on the people mover. Then walked along the right side of the canal past Hotel Canal and had a chuckle. Still being used but still looks like it should be condemned. Venice is generally looking very dirty and run down, no maintenance been done over the winter. Still a wonderful place though. I am surprised ...