- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... opening just after we got there & got to enjoy the last of the sun while the streets below were in shade. It was obviously the place to be & soon filled up with locals enjoying an aperitif - unusual looking orange coloured drink in wine glasses. We asked the waitress what It was (Miss Powell was of course concerned she was missing out) Apparently it is sweet & that was about all we could understand. Googled afterwards & could be something called "Aperol ...
... Renoir. Danzaa Boughai. Plus stops of course along the way for coffee. Sort of getting used to shops closing for couple of hours or more in the middle of the day. At least most museums still open. Dinner at Japanese restaurant tonight - excellent ...
... architecture, unlike English tourist of the 19th century, so by the middle of the afternoon had seen enough.
Vittoria's Pizzeria is just down the street from where we are staying, and was a warm and welcoming place for dinner. By the number of locals/regulars there it is obviously well regarded.
We thoroughly enjoyed our meal, and within the language constraints had a great chat to the main waiter. Robyn's heartshaped pizza was a treat!
... young women that continue their lives here on base while their spouses are downrange. For those of you who want to know more about this please buy the January issue of Vanity Fair. Those guys are our own 173d! But the emotional tone of the day didn't stop here. While scrolling through the Google lists in an attempt to get some information on the latest Lopatin yoga clothing for our base guru, an article from the legal newsletter of the ...
... of the city, slowly making my way towards Piazza San Marco, where the famous Basilica of Saint Mark is. The square itself is beautiful, and while there are always dozens of people in it, they don't even come close to outnumbering the pidgeons. There are hundreds all of the place, and you can even buy food to give to them. Most places seem to prefer you don't feed the pigeons. One poor guy was covered with them, on his ...