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Campanile is Louvre Hotels' two-star chain, operating in nine European countries through a network of more than 380 hotels and restaurants.
Campanile takes the time to help his patients figure out what they truly want in a supportive environment where they will never feel pressured to decide on surgery.
Five nights accommodation in Chalon-sur-Saone in a twin room with private facilities at the Campanile Hotel.
Witttenberg (9) se analise van die Rhodes-gedenkteken is ewe van toepassing op die Campanile, want beide monumente kan met die setlaarkultuur en kolonialisme geassosieer word: "the monument is an example of imperial culture which imposes metropolitan values and praxes over an indigenous terrain, in other words [.
The purpose-built, 130-bedroom Campanile Bradford features a 60-cover restaurant, a bar, 10 meeting rooms with total capacity for more than 300, and a car park.
Two heated timber decks indicate the places of the priest and congregation and a clock salvaged from the 1963 chapel hangs in the skeletal campanile.
The family company also runs both the Dolby and Campanile hotels on either side of the casino.
The tasting event took place earlier this month at Campanile restaurant in Los Angeles.
Mirrored after Renaissance-Venice, the highly themed resort includes waterways, gondolas and replicas of Venetian landmarks such as the Doge's Palace, the Rialto Bridge, the Ca D'Oro and the Campanile Tower.
The stylistic gestures of campanile and canopy attract attention in just the right sort of way to do their visual work efficiently, but they do seem somewhat theatrical and may date quickly.
Reiko Aylesworth and Aisha Tyler having brunch at Campanile on La Brea Boulevard.
It is the ultimate comfort food - and people love it,'' says Nancy Silverton, co-owner of Los Angeles' Campanile restaurant, founder of La Brea Bakery and author of `` Nancy Silverton's Sandwich Book: The Best Sandwiches Ever - From Thursdays Nights at Campanile'' (Knopf; $24.