Albergo della Posta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was right underneath it. We walked up the steps and ramps for nothing but at least we saw the park. Later on we caught the metro for the first time which was a bit scary for me because there are pickpockets. We caught it to the Vatican City where we waited for our tour guide and we met some nice people from America where we talked or a bit and dad got popped on by a bird. Our tour guide came but we weren't in the same group as ...
Today we took the train to a little village on a lake called Bracciano. We visited a medieval castle called Castello Odescalchi. In the castle there were some medieval beds and furniture, some armour and weapons and it had a beautiful garden overlooking Lake ...
We finally arrived in Roma. Wow, it was a long trip. We started off in Indianapolis with lunch at Harry & Izzy's and then with a flight to JFK that was only delayed 20 minutes. Not too bad. We had plenty of time in New York to grab a bite to eat before we caught our Virgin Atlantic flight to London. Everyone settled in quickly for this flight. There were plenty of entertainment options on the flight too. Soon we realized we ...
... cream and red wine, we deliberated about what to do next and it basically boiled down to Colosseum vs. Vatican City. We opted for the latter since the Sistine Chapel is nearby and another must-see in my book, though I did not force my case, you understand. Having thrown those coins in that fountain, we might, just might, have another bite of the cherry. We took the Metro in the direction of the Vatican City, then walked the final approach to St. Peter's ...
Rushing towards the metro station, I had a train to catch. Suddenly, two guards stopped me and guided me toward the exit door. Saw the confusion on my face, the guards gently said: "On strike till 8pm". What even more surprise to me was that the Romans seemed to get used to this. The locals made a beeline to the bus stop nearby …
From a Vietnamese friend studying in Italy, I was told that strike in Italy ...