MDM Luxury Rooms Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... eaten in 25 hours I felt so bad, we found the pizzeria that had a €10 dinner menu so we grabbed that it was pretty good. After dinner Bridget and I decided to take the hour long walk back to our hostel stopping at all the bars along the way, it took us four hours and we were smashed by the end. Free poring in Europe is dangerous one of the drinks we had we had to sip it because the vodka was so strong. But all in all it was a pretty good ...
... tired from the day before.
This morning we got up at 6 for breakfast. We had to get up so early because we were leaving for Rome at 7. We were going to see the Forum and the Coliseum. The Roman Forum is like nothing I have ever seen. It is an area spread over many, many acres and hold the ruins of several key governmental buildings. There were ruins to the ancient Roman Curia that would have housed the Senate. There were ruins of a temple to Julius Caesar, where our ...
... arrive in Nice, France! We also are meeting up with our friend Aude who we met on the train to Amsterdam, and will be staying with her for a few nights during our time there! I'm starting to realize a lot about traveling! The main thing that I have come to know is the way you experience a new city or country is dependent on so many different things! Whether it be the hostel you choose to stay at, the people you surround yourself with, the attitude you ...
... in the bar downstairs and we people watch and are entertained by the smiling street people who attempt to sell their wares. They sell everything from wood bowls from Africa, to stuffed toy talking dogs and cats with Christmas hats, to umbrellas (looking ever skyward in the hope of rain). Sadly Italys economic crisis (over 12% unemployment) and the rise of new immigrants from Bangladesh and Senegal forces these street people to survive by doing this selling. ...
... off. Ah well.
That concluded our stay in Rome, and we then caught a train to Naples and then from there to Sorrento, where we are currently
camping! And to bring us up to speed, Manayach will take over this post and tell y'all about the luverly day we've had.
Bwahahaha, victory, and primary narration, is mine once more! So, we woke up bright and early after passing a sweltering ...