Ardeatina Park Hotel
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... She did receive the boys gratitude on paying!
We then, each with our two cases and me plus handbag, Michael a backpack and still unwell entered the station and immediately looked for the train number on the overhead boards.
Although we were having trouble finding our listing, we actually hadn't started to discuss what may have been a problem, when on my left shoulder appeared this "angel" or "devil"' gypsy looking young man. ...
This morning we caught an early morning high speed train to Roma after eating our last Tuscan pastries called sfoglia. We were at our hotel in the center of the city at 9:45, and the kids were very excited since the Boscolo Exedra is a top of the line 5- star luxury hotel with a rooftop pool and view of Rome and the Vatican City. We wandered around and found felafel and pizza for lunch before getting a cab to take us to meet our guide ...
... The guy on the deli counter recommended a bottle of Italian white wine. It cost 7 euros and was very drinkable. Christine and Peter have a small terrace outside their room so we ate there. It was a mild evening and we enjoyed our picnic tea. Afterwards we went to the gelato shop across the street from their hotel for dessert. I had a very nice (gluten free) tiramisu. This had been an enjoyable day -a nice mixture of sightseeing and soaking up the ...
... I would definitely be trying to recreate that dish when I got home, provided my black truffles didn't get confiscated by customs. After dessert we were extremely full so we sadly headed back to apartment for our last sleep in Italy. :(
Unfortunately our last night was not to be incident free, as at about 1am in the morning Waz woke up having some kind of reaction. He was itchy all over and didn't feel well. It was the ...
... the large stone roads, the ancient “wall paper” used to decorate room walls and could even see the remains of the lead pipe used to transfer running water into houses. We were even told about the Pompeii equivalent of Sydney Water. They charged you based on the diameter of the pipe you owned rather than the metering system we use today.
We were all running out of puff by the end of the tour. We have been incredibly blessed with the ...