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... Rome at 5.30 am. We were at our hotel by 7 am and having a much dreamed about shower after 23 long stinky hours in the air. Our hotel is really just a little B&B in Trastevere. Only 4 rooms in an old medieval building with the River Tiber at the end of our little lane. The part of Trastevere we are in is mainly a residential area with lots of schools and churches close by so no traffic noises - just crowds of children laughing and church bells ringing. There are lots ...
... wanted to gelato when Nadzha checked the time and we only had 5 mins to get to our tour guide. We left the restaurant and decided that Jasmine should try and get to the guide before us. I have short strides so I wouldn't get there in time. Nadzha's sandals weren't ideal for running so it made sense that she ran, plus Jasmine walks pretty fast as well. We ran to the exit of the collosseum where we were to meet Nick. He was our tour guide for the catacombs. When we arrived ...
... cabins, a supermarket, and a massive swimming pool. Which we all hit
after dinner to cool off, as Italy is hot and sticky! Great fun though, playing
pseudo pool volleyball for hours with music pumping and drinks flowing!
The next morning most of the tour group (besides a few heavy
heads) made the trek into Venice. One shuttle bus and one monorail and one hour
long walk later, we were standing in St Mark’s Square and I was in heaven. In
Bowie's mum, dad and little brother Casper took a short trip to Rome, Italy. They saw some amazing ancient ruins including the Collosseum, Roman Forum and Trevi Fountain. Rome is a beautiful city and they had a great time. Bowie stayed in Amsterdam with his Auntie Tina. Auntie Tina owns a children's play centre where kids in Amsterdam go to play in the winter when it's too cold to play outside. I don't think Bowie missed his parents too much while they were ...
... to buy coffee from Tazza Doro. Sadly the store wasn’t open. The Pantheon was also closed by the time we were there but even the outside alone was really magnificent. Living in ancient Rome would probably be really interesting.
Fantastic dinner at Osteria del Sostegno. We were actually looking for another place but we detoured and decided to find somewhere nearby. We used the tripadvisor app and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility