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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... around Italy (and maybe other countries as well, but I think Italy). Liquors, beauty products, perfumes, foodstuffs - honey, jams, face creams, hand lotions, shampoos...I could only get a few soap since we didn't have room for more - but there was some really neat stuff here.
Speaking of things under restoration, next stop was the Trevi Fountain. I knew it was being restored, so there is a lot of plastic around it, and the fountain ...
... lots of beautiful sights and scenery. They have been quite unique and so very different to home. We have been together to share all of it and to me this is what has made it more special. We now have more memories to share as we get older, and if our bodies give up the ghost, at least we will have these (and the 2,685 photos on my camera, untold on Relle's and our phones)! Highlights, there have been many and to narrow it down to ...
... fact that The Vatican City is a world famous tourist attraction, every sunday at mid day at the square just isn't your playground. The ceremony ended and we heard the Pope saying something free as Romain understood the word in Italian and we remembered Franky telling to get the small booklet they were distributing for free and we almost forgot! Oh my god, squeezing through the crowd to get the book seems impossible, I even had my jacket ...
... by police on foot, then by car. Not once did they leave the area, just ran around till the police gave up for the time being.
Once we reached the other end of the Forum, we carried on walking past the Piazza Venezia, a massive government building, before making our way to our campsite for the chalet we'd booked into for the weekend.
I'd managed to find a chalet that slept all 5 of us for 2 nights for less than £100, so at that price it didn't matter that it ...
... a few things she wanted to take back to Sydney. Night was falling, the rain had stopped but the city still shone with reflections on its wet walkways. It was beautiful and I felt happy to be out amongst it, rugged up against the cold and unencumbered by my backpack full of daily supplies. I had the map in my pocket but impressed myself that I didn't need to refer to it. I strode with confidence to Piazza Navona, passed the Pantheon (stopping for ...