Rapa Nui Rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRapa Nui Rooms Catania
Lovely friendly staff. Room was comfy, and breakfast was more than enough, though seemed very stale on the first day and fresh on the second. Refurbishments meant no access to the advertised shared kitchen or laundry facilities. Great location and price. Very noisy when other residents were up and about!
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... to deal with this loss. All I want to do is be with my family and sisters right now. However, Anna lived every day of her life to the fullest and I know she would want all of us to do the same. Although this is an extremely hard time for me I am going to try and live my life to the fullest everyday in honor of her.
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