Barcelo Aran Blu
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... we proceed to St Peter’s to view this beautiful Basilica, and the works inside. The church is huge and every inch is decorated with marble columns and floors from many parts of the world and large paintings of biblical scenes by many of the best artists of the time. It is truly a breathtaking environment.
After completing the tour we say ciao to Christine and head over the ...
... to do our best but with only a few days to go we can’t be bothered. The pizza on this ship we were told is like the true pizza of Italy …All I can say it our pizza in our home town is 10 times better. The soft serve ice cream here is more like gelato…very icy. We are not eating pizza or ice cream as neither is very nice. On the other ships, you could always find nice roast meat and vegetables, not so on this ship. They tend to do ...
... The National Gallery of Modern Art has works by Balla, Morandi, Pirandello, CarrÓ, De Chirico, De Pisis, Guttuso, Fontana, Burri, Mastroianni, Turcato, Kandisky and CÚzanne on permanent exhibition. 2010 saw the opening of Rome's newest arts foundation, a ...
... experience as we enter and walk among the remains of the first trading exchange, the government buildings, the forum and many other important buildings. This area was uncovered in the 17th century, after being destroyed and subsequently used as a rubbish dump after the collapse of the Roman Empire. Most of the buildings were destroyed and the materials reused in the construction of churches throughout Rome. Interestingly, the walls around the Colosseum that collapsed ...
... there was only our tour & one other left to go. It was actually quite civilised by then :) As we are going to Rome after the cruise and have a big trip planned for tomorrow, we decided to book a more leisurely Italian Countryside and Olive Oil tasting 1/2 day tour today. The bus took us through countryside very similar to what we would see in S.A., except perhaps a little hillier. As it has just turned to summer here, a lot of the crops are due for picking/harvesting and ...