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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... soiled taxis and trips to the hospital. The phrase "white girl wasted" has been chucked around a bit on this tour, but funnily enough it was the white girls that were the centre of all the drama last night. Go figure. I actually ended up heading back early since I was helping look after one of those white girls. After seeing the state of some people this morning, I'm not complaining. Rome is an interesting place so far. Today we did a walk around, ...
... when we got back to learn that there is air-conditioning in our room--there is an unmarked switch and no controls, but drying the air out made things much more tolerable. As in Venice and Florence, the humidity has been rather enervating. Tomorrow is an early start, as we hope to visit the Vatican museum, the Sistine chapel and St. Peter's basilica when there are fewer people. So quick sleep, if our abused joints and feet will permit! J Pictures ...
... terribly. We had a nice dinner at Ninos, near the Spanish steps, where we ate the first night in rome on our honeymoon 30 years ago. One more day of site seeing and then we fly back. We have had a great time, miss you all. Devon is in boston for Davy's wedding, and nick's birthday is tomorrow happy birthday!! Taylor is coming to ca to ...
... pulled out an 8 page letter that dad wrote to Zio when Zio retuned to Italy from the U.S. Sabina had to read it and it brought tears to all of us. It was a heartfelt and beautifully composed letter. But I always knew that about dad. They were two cousins with a special bond perhaps closer than brothers that suddenly realized would no longer be able to enjoy the closeness they once shared. They both understood that they would now be on different paths that ...
... River, which is pretty dirty, when I noticed another interesting area. I took a slight detor and found myself in the Jewish quarter which was originally the Jewish ghettos. It is certainly no ghetto now but it still is very Jewish from the restaurants to the artisans and the people. I absolutely loved it and I could happily spend days in this area alone. It is surrounded by trees and was very peaceful even though it backs onto Capital hill ...