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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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I'm starting to understand why people go to NZ and RAVE about the beaches.
Today I’m on my way to spend three nights on the 'Italian Riviera’, for my Easter break. According to Wikipedia, this area is "The Italian Riviera, or Ligurian Riviera (Italian Riviera ligure) the narrow coastal strip which lies between the Ligurian Sea and the mountain chain formed by ...
We set out from Tirano this morning to head south. The plan was to get to Genoa or Savona - but we had to tackle the Autostrada through Milan first. Sorry to say, no photo's today. You can't take photos when you are hanging on for your life with one hand and making the sign of the cross with the other! I say it every time.....never again! But, there was a highlight, we stopped off at the Factory Outlets in Alexandria for a spot of retail therapy, it must have done the ...
... t square having to pay to go to the sea side.
Sunday we headed for the hills, in Ian's wonderful Fiat Cinqeciento, it's amazingly spacious inside and we enjoyed a picnic in the hills. There was no one else about everyone else was on the coast. There was a lovely river which I would have swum in but the others were clearly nothing like so impressed.
Monday was a taster of Genoa. It's a really big medieval city with ...
... at Tap 42 for ladies night, small world! I was then shown to my new room which was decorated with balloons and welcome signs. The cabin was much larger than I had imagined. Upon entering, my roommates bed is first, then the bathroom, then my bed at the back. I have a door to my space so am allowed complete privacy! The room is small, but no smaller than the space I'd been sharing with three other girls for the last month. I have plenty of room ...
... massive wad of cash he has stashed in his receipt book.
A combination of no train announcements and poor platform signage makes the process of departing the train a little challenging, particularly lugging big bags around, but we eventually arrive at Santa Margharita, around ten minutes late – something that we get used to as the week unfolds. After descending several metres from the train to the platform and lugging the heavy bags down and up ...