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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... and much more straight forward. Wandered around the duty free and expensive shops. Good trip to Dubai and again the food on Emirates was very good. Nearly a 7 hour flight but time went very quickly. Left Rome at 10.55am - luckily we had internet access and we were with Dave and Christina because our itinerary tickets said our flight left at 12.05pm so would have missed it.
The view ...
... Via Amari by the posh restaurants until the harbour, I turned right and followed the main road south to the marina and Castello a Mare. The maze of streets behind the marina - Palermo’s principal nightlife venue- was milling with well dressed young people, solicited by the succession of bars and restaurants with live music and giant teles screening the football. I stopped for drinks (diet cola) and dinner (antipasti and cheese platter) at one of the establishments showing the ...
... the homes are old villas and groups of cypress trees are planted here and there. This trip takes almost 4 hours, so we are just taking in this time to relax and enjoy the scenery. - Sheryl Yesterday morning we woke up early to take the smart train to Venice. Venice is nothing I expected it to be. The buildings are right at the water. The venders are less annoying and there are fewer of them, but they are still coming at us. The ...
... Or when we were bored... We headed back into the city to keep strolling around. This is how we spent the rest of our afternoon, walking around in the heat soaking up the goodness. It was so fantastic, by 5 the sting had gone out of the sun and it was pleasantly warm so walking through the streets of Rome was so perfect. We made it to our favourite square - Piazza Navona and enjoyed watching the street performers, artists and general bustle of life that surrounded ...
... Jerash belonged in the Roman provinces of first Syria and then Arabia. Sometimes called the Pompeii of the Middle East, it was destroyed by earthquake in 749 A.D. but then perfectly preserved due to the dry desert climate and history turning elsewhere. Jerash is one the best preserved complete Roman colonies anywhere and a joy to explore. It wasn't quite as hot there as Pompeii, which we saw together in 2007 when Rachel ...