- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
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... my eyes - it was unbelievable. After craning our necks we decided it was time to leave this masterpiece and visit St. Peter's Basilica. After waiting in line for 1h staring at this gigantic building and listening to the Christmas carols (I think they are dragging the celebrations out a tad too long) the anticipation was building. There is no other word to say it...this Basilica was beyond WOW!!! Made entirely of marble with beautiful statues, artwork and all the ...
... of cars coming down this road I decided to continue up the pass in hope that the "closed" sign was wrong.
The road made its way up through a few old and wonderful streets of ancient Italian towns which certainly made it interesting but eventually there was a barrier across the road with a notice on it saying "Road closed, trespassers will be fined" and so it was back down the way I had just come all the way to Bormio.
With my head in a spin I stopped at a ...
... It was a very short homily and we were able to follow along with the rest of mass, although were very surprised when the priest pulled out a guitar to lead the Our Father- it was beautiful. We shared "peace" with the Germans around us and received Holy Communion. Then, their was a Eucharistic procession that all participated in-- bands, flags, tents-- the whole shebang. Our waitress told us that it is because of tomorrow's feast day of the Nativity of our ...
... chat a bit more about regional identity here in Sud Tirol "Some people get all worked up about the identity thing, only wanting to speak German" one of them tells me "We see it as an advantage: we are citizens of Italy and citizens of Sud Tirol. We speak both Italian and German--and that allows us many more opportunities. We can go study and work in Germany more easily if we like--and that's where the jobs are right now" ...
... the heart of the city, with its lively pedestrian street full of tourists... gellaterias... a large cathedral... a little castle on a hilltop and a lively stream running right through the city... another pedestrain street with classy carved bushes cut to look like a piano, a guy on a bicycle. Yep... I've left the rustic charm of the Alps behind and back to the more sophisticated grandeur of urban Italy. But I will go ...