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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sidewalks and crazy drivers! We thought Marseille drivers were bad but Rome is worse! We thought we were going to be run over more than once and quickly learnt to go out of our way to cross at pedestrian lights – they don’t seem to respect zebra crossings in Rome!
We had a good find though which cheered us up – a restaurant next door to our apartment block where we had an excellent meal! It’s ...
... for the Beauty and the Geek party that night (which was supposed to be the night before but lovely Ash moved it up cos it was our last night!). Even Mikey dressed up in a bright pink skirt and got a bit of makeup happening - it was hilarious! - Everyone made a bit of an effort to dress up which was cool - most people went as geeks and we all danced in the bar which was pretty fun. At one point Wannabe came on and Ash grabbed Pappas and I to come and dance on ...
... no higher than the metal container. Then look at the colour of 3 flavours. Pistachio should be a very light brown and not bright green, Mint should be white and not green and banana should also be brown and not yellow. It makes a huge difference in the taste. My lemon was like eating a lemon and my melon tasted exactly like cantaloupe. This place has some weird flavour. Bobby had chocolate and tobacco. At the end we said our goodbyes and a few hugs and we took the tram back over the Tiber to our ...
... until a noisy group came down and spoiled the atmosphere. However, it is a really special place and I would like to be there without the other people. We found out that to get tickets to the Popes audience you had to ask the forbidding looking Swiss guards. Somehow I ended up with that job. Stephen thought I could sweet talk him. I did get the tickets but Shannon got told off for trying to take a photo of me talking to him from inside the barrier and ...
On Saturday we shopped for gifts and souvenirs, dodged the rain and rested. We visited the Pantheon and marvelled at this ancient building which has been in continued use since it was built in it's present form about 126 AD. From the 7th century it has been a Christian Church. It also has the largest unsupported concrete dome roof in ...