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So we're off on our latest adventure. I set the alarm clock for 4am this morning but found myself waking up at 3:15. My mind began to engage so it was hard to fall back to sleep. I decided that I may as well get a jump start on my last minute prep. We did so well that we were ready to head downstairs at the hotel by 4:30. We waited at reception along with at least 15 other people for the shuttle. When it finally arrived, ...
... on the street and had beers we decided to order the fish because I had seen it the first night and I really had wanted to try it (looked like battered deep fried cod to me!) so we ordered one piece.. oh my god was it amazing! It was the best fish I have ever had in my life.. no make that one of the best things ive ever had in my life! We ordered another piece and sat having a good evening watching the cars wiz by the people stroll down the street and to just ...
... us a choice of three to choose from. From the grumblings of the group, it was concluded that all were all pretty spectacular.
Next stop was a local market. We spent maybe the next hour and a half here going round to different stalls with Jill explaining little pockets of fact, why they were the best and then of course getting to sample. We started with trying two different types of tomatoes because in order to have the best buffalo mozzarella, we had to have the best ...
... line ignoring the lay of the land along the way. The Romans realized how important a road system was to controlling their vast empire and eventually built close to 30 roads from Rome to various places.
Our walk will take us about two miles from our BNB to a point where we can join the road. We will be walking along the original pavers of over two thousand years ago. Since it is Sunday, the road is closed to car traffic which will make it a much more pleasant outing. ...
... my element!! (Anyone who knows me will appreciate that!! - Well the girls who witness my observation "skills" I suppose! :p )
- Did Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Pantheon first day after realising Vatican Museum was closed. Bought some nice scarves and jewellery outside Vatican Museum. :D Got my portrait for half price at 15 euro at the Spanish Steps. Nice little gifts bought near Trevi Fountain - paintings of ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed