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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to, Italy is the first to impose a dress code on entering a church. I was wearing a strappy dress. I comply as i have no problem with it and its respectful to do what is asked. Others are not so respectful and some in hotpants and vests are asked to leave....I observe one man and his daughter being allowed in after he pleads with the guard and promises to cover her with his hat. Wholly unaffective. While Michael is outside he hears a woman ...
... so all was well! Then, we asked him about making the salamis, and we got a first hand view of how to tie the salami, how to hang it, ingredients, temperatures; I was most excited because I asked him a question about the fennel, and he stopped and said “Good question!!” then disappeared! He came back with two huge bags of fennel and then proceeded to cut them open, pop a little in our hands to smell and taste, and then explain that he uses the ground flower of fennel ...
... brought me an Ice cream sandwich with a candle on it and everyone sang "Tanti auguri a t" Which is Happy Birthday in Italian, and my friend Chris bought me a bottle of Champagne for my birthday which we drank with dinner! After dinner we went to Rogero's which was TONSSS of fun! And then we went to the Velvet Underground to dance, except no one was dancing when we got there... so we started a dance party by ourselves! The DJ thought we were really funny ...
... food, and I found some cheese to try that I absolutely liked. I was happy. We then came and brought our food home. Rachel then came over and we decided to go for a long walk. It was a really nice night. When we came back, everyone was getting ready to go out. We didn't want to go out because we didn't want to be hungover on Sunday and waste the day away. We planned on going to Pisa and the beach (Livorno) on ...
... and the bride and her groom stepped out. Talk about fanfare! (We also saw a bride and groom in Venice, but not nearly with all the hoopla.) Everyone stood around and watched and took pictures as they went inside the church.
Then, CM and I went up to the park and walked up the steps to the lookout. The view was breathtaking!
As we were on our way back to the square, we caught some men’s choral group singing in the ...