- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Pets allowed
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... had managed to find The Las Vegas Lap Dancing Club.
Speaking of which, I can report that Italian TV remains one of the last great outposts of sexism in Western civilization. It is unashamedly and unapologetically so. A beautiful (young) woman is an essential part of all programmes, even when no function or purpose exists for them, other than to look young and beautiful. In Britain, where women on TV are equal, they must have some sort of responsibility and are ...
... way cleaner and more well-cared-for than we had anticipated. It was weird to be standing right next to such an iconic place after seeing it so many times in pictures only (though that’s beginning to be the norm on this trip!). We lined up for our visit time of 12:30, and headed up when the guard allowed us in. Our first stop was a in the large, open centre of the tower on the ground floor. You can see straight up (and out) the top from ...
... what else is there to do as retired people than get a bottle of local wine and sit on the balcony, feasting our eyes on a panoramic view of the coast? So we did exactly that, and listened to some quality music (Clapton, etc) while enjoying the fruits of the vines we could practically touch from our seats. Once again Mother Nature decided she wanted to be part of our fun, so she said hi in the form of some light wind and heavy rain. Our English-challenged property ...
... no gears and a lot of character. The only annoying thing was the advertisement for the bike company we rented from that was stuck on the front of my basket. It was so much fun just cruising around the city on our bikes, discovering new areas, an antique market, stopping off at a little bakery for a snack before continuing on our way. However we knew it was time to hand in the bikes when we couldn't ride through the main streets that had become clogged ...
... I had to think of Marty in Women4Women and her 'wallpaper people'. We came upon a beautiful villa set on big grounds which turned out to be an art gallery. It is a restored villa of the painter Fattori (didn't mean anything to us) but the amazing thing was the villa itself. I hurt my fragile neck gawking at the frescoes on the ceiling in room after room, the incredible mosaic and parquet floors and the wonderful trompe l'oeil painting on the walls and many ...