Casa del Sole
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the bathroom. In that case I guess it’s just best you step out of your pants and inners entirely, lest you trip over your shackled ankles and injure yourself, transbathroom shimmy. I can’t get my head around the idea of rising from the commode half done so unequivocally announce that the Indians got this one right, with the health faucet feature, though my brother mentioned he was in love with the bidet and wanted to take one back to India.
The old quarter of ...
... the airport. We were 3 hours early but the time went fast. However the plane was delayed due to a technical problem and the plane needed to be replace so we were an hour late leaving Rome for Paris. We had a 4 hour lay over in Paris and boarded at 8:00. Poor Greg didn't sleep at all on the 10hour 40 minute flight. We are now waiting to board the flight to ...
... was apparent. We came across a "you are here" type map that was missing just one thing, yep, the where we actually were bit!
Ostia Antica…mmmm. Given what we’ve seen in recent times it’s overrated. I’m afraid
I’ve either become a culture snob or I’ve seen enough ruins because Ostia Antica is a bit like a brickworks. It is doubtless older than a lot of the ruins in Rome itself as the former ...
... bed nice and early. Only to be rudely awoken at around 11pm when the top part of my bed collapsed. WTF!?! I was on the bottom bunk and there was another girl on the top bunk and the legs had broken. And to be honest, I paid €30 to stay at that place that night, it's the most I've ever paid anywhere is Europe. I went to tell the receptionist dude, but there was nothing he could do and the hostel was full. So we both had to sleep on a mattress on the floor! Suffice to ...
... Rome are covered in the stuff. Once we got to our apartment we were greeted by the landlord, who is a really nice guy. He was kind enough to make a map for us, detailing everything we might need to see or go to. After settling in, we went down the road, to the Colosseum. It's literally a two minute walk from our front door. Along the way there are several cute little Italian restaurants and cafes. We were thankful we had bought ...