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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the shop flapping our elbows either clucking, quacking or honking. Was hilarious. beautiful lady, I showed her pictures of the ducks and chooks which I had on my phone. Ahhh she got it, then I had a photo of our two cats, she loved them. We were organizing to get the stuff be bought sent to Australia so she said she would make an el Cato tile as well using the colours of our cats and their names as a gift for ...
... to find a place to park. A few months later we discovered we illegally entered restricted areas looking for a spot and earned two automated traffic tickets, minutes apart, at over $60 each. Eventually Debbie saw a large lot not too distant from the famous landmark.
Despite the delays and fines, it was worth the effort. Too often in my experience, iconic sites disappoint, but these impressive monuments lived up to their billing. We ...
... concessions. We knew of a place to get some good grub, hav’n been by there before on a previous round-up. We headed out after dark. Not disappointed, Randy's steak was delish.
I'd scouted a few places the last time we were out on the trail, and figured we would score again at the same spots. First stop, we gathered several of the Key-ote-eyes placing them in the wagon. We did get side-tracked one ...
... and send the buses. This brings me to my first pictures of Italy, the Tuscan countryside coming out of Pisa that I didn't really intend to see for quite some time.
Thankfully I am at my hotel now, relaxing a little bit and deciding if I want a quick nap before I go grab something to eat. But to get there, I had possibly one of the most memorable experiences of my life, a taxi ride through Florence. I am ...
... Florence or Atlanta or New York) is not the kind of environment I thrive in. I'm hoping now that we're in the country - and it is beautiful - things will improve. When we got off the bus here in Greve, we immediately felt lighter and more at ease due to its smaller size. There ain't no pictures with this post - like I said the train ride was mostly tunnels and after that it was me trying to maintain control of myself, and Ann trying to keep from crying out of ...