San Martin Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is a weekly trim to keep what I can grow under control. Susan is my normal, willing and highly competent barber-in-residence, however, when we travel in Italy she necessarily steps aside in deference to a special breed of professional that is in a class all their own; The Italian Barber. I am not talking about someone who works in a foo foo chic salon that plays ...
... cousin Enzo and his wife for lunch and a local canteen that dishes out home cooked local fare ...risotto, pasta, calamari, melanzane parmigiana, veg in olive oil, spinach and more for the local workers...all at very reasonable prices....our spare tyres are growing by the minute!!! Too full to move we retire to rest ha ha, so that we can walk the town again, fun fun!! ..eat again ...phew we all agree it's getting ...
Wow. I didn't think that sailing out of Venice was on my bucket list, but I added it. And then ticked it off. It was more amazing than I ever expected. We hopped on board the msc preziosa at about midday, had a wander around before the ship left at 4.30 and squeezed between the islands of Venice. Seemingly squeezing a 20 story building down a narrow canal. I added it to my bucket list as I sipped my mojito , while the kids played in the water park , as we sailed ...
Our first night in Bari was mixed with typical city sights and sounds .....hooting cars that just edge their way into crowded streets where drivers double park,....as the parking is so jam packed... and run in to shop,..and then casually come back..bustling locals...particularly young dressed to the nines.... Lots of sidewalk restaurants, pubs and eateries all ready to get you in and take your money. ...
... grew in number. Before long we had found the largest village. The hillside was covered in these little stone structures that had been converted into shops, cafés, and art galleries. The streets teemed with admirers who were just as fascinated by the whole experience. It was quite a site to see something still being used from so long ago. I suppose it makes sense that these homes haven't deteriorated much after millennia. Afterall, they are entirely made of rock. We ...