L'incanto di Roma B&B
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... were all lovely to talk to - and I was surprised by the amount of Americans visiting for fun!
Taxi ride was a little nerve wracking (mainly because driving is SO different here) but we got to our apartment complex in one piece. Danielle and I split up here after checking in because we were assigned different rooms. I got a lovely (and honestly way nicer than I expected) apartment on the 4th floor. It's a really nice set up (pictures to come) and ...
... the street that is lined with high end designer stores... Drools! Fashion here is so pretty, I wish I had the thousands to spend in each store. After day dreaming Paul and I were well deserving of some rest.
Our third day in Rome was cut in half by the endless amount of heavy rain that fell from morning to mid afternoon. To be honest we were a little tired, we have at this point been travelling for just under three months and moving about so much ...
... trip round the circuit on the bus, I LOVE THIS PLACE!! It's hard to describe the wonder of this city, built on a city! Turn a corner and bang there's some ancient ruins that have been excavated and still currently being investigated by archaeologists, and then turn another corner and you are greeted by the wondrous colosseum which takes your breath away, it is magnificent!!! To imagine that this once was covered in marble, what a site it would have been. I have a tour ...
... Rotonda. We went inside the Pantheon and it was pretty impressive. After that we cruised around for a bit just shopping and enjoying the atmosphere that is Rome. We decided to skip dinner that night and get some wine and cheese for the room, so we could start sorting Sarah's packing out. She bought another suitcase to fit all her stuff and so she would have room to bring some of my stuff home. Turns out we were too late to get cheese, :( so we got some take away and ...
... drive along the Amalfi coast to reach our hotel. Very narrow winding streets. The bus stopped at an observation point to take pictures and we all had a glass of Lemoncello, a sweet lemon liqueur which is a specialty of the area. This is lemon country! Tomorrow we see Pompeii and Naples before we board our overnight ferry to Sicily. Glass of wine in the gardens is calling! ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet