Boncompagni Suite B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... together austerity measures worth €18.8bn, of which the first €9.3bn were scheduled for 2013. In return, the Troika indicated a willingness to accept paying a third bailout loan on €30bn to finance the two-year extension of the bailout programme, while also looking into solutions for reducing the Greek debt into a sustainable size (i.e. through the launch of a debt-buy-back programme for private held government bonds and/or offering debt-relief measures in the form of ...
... her to let me stay. She told me to stop and said she was going to call the police if I didn’t get out. Why was she upset? Because her Wifi connection isn’t strong enough to reach my end of the flat, she sees how it is making me sad, and says that makes her feel guilty. I also bumped my head under the desk trying to fix it and then she had to walk all the way across the office to rub it, and that just put her over the edge...she’s too old for this as ...
... guessed it was a concert coming up (yep it's on June 22!). I asked him what the roundabout was called (rotunda) and a couple other things about the World Cup, etc! He was really nice! We got to the gladiator school and were a bit early so we looked around in the little museum area they have. Lots of really old and cool stuff. The other family came who was doing it, mom, dad, and three kids (Ike 14, 13, 11)... They were from Boston and clearly rich! The teacher was ...
Ancient Rome's huge ampitheatre, holding up to 55,000 people, was built by Emperor Vespasian in AD 80 and was the scene of many deadly gladiatorial and wild animal fights. Apparently the morning's entertainment comprised jungle scenes with roaming wild animals. plus unarmed slaves whose fate was pretty ...
... the river to make our way through town one last time. After a stop at the Trevi Fountain (again I know but I just wanted one last look) and at the Repubblica Square, we wandered through the Villa Borghese gardens, passed the Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus and the National Gallery of Modern Art, before heading back to the campsite to rest our weary feet with a beer in hand, watching the the Aussie v. South Africa game online in the ...