The Center of Rome B&B
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... down the aisle to look at tickets or PNR numbers and if you don’t have one, you can buy one at the time.
They travel at about 150 miles an hour, or a little faster, at top speed. And on all but our first trip, we had great internet connection. It beats the hassle of the airport and when in another country, it beats the hassle of renting a car, trying to read the signs in Italian, etc.
We were able to catch a beautiful sunset out ...
- The "Irish Pub" brekky in Avignon
- Finding out there was a rail strike
- Having to cut short our Venice stay to escape the rail strike
- Amsterdam - not really worst but really underwhelming - yes I know some of you will throw up your hands in horror but thats how we felt
- Arles - dirty, closed.
... be. The views from the Steps were breath-taking.
The Coliseum is in the process of being restored to its original structure. Todd Shoes donated $25 million for this project. The Coliseum is enormous! We didn't realize outside the Coliseum are many ruins and gardens. In ancient times, the Romans had an organized ticket system for entry to events. Animals slaughtered there came from Northern Africa.
The line to use the ...
... br> After lunch we went back, got into our room, put our suits on and headed to the pool. I was so excited to be able to lay in the sun and relax after our hectic, fun few days in London.
Dinner at our four star hotel was 3 courses. We had pasta, of course, chicken and potatoes, and fruit for dessert. My roommate and I decided we wanted to call it a night early so we could try and get more than 4 hours of sleep. We knew that we had another long day ahead of us.
... The rest of the night as spent in the cozy apartment sharing good food and good wine with our host and our other apartment mates. Stories were shared, laughs were had and friendships were made. Prior to our Europe trip, during the planning phase, we were debating the merits of staying in a hotel, staying in a self sufficient apartment, or staying in a home stay with a local. We decided to give all of them a try- in Barcelona & Rome we would be living in home ...