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... for Amy who was given a tiramisu cake (like we needed more food!), a bottle of sparking wine and some roses. Many thanks to Rubin our tour director for organising this for us. Tonight was the best night of the tour so far as we had so much fun, food, drinks and entertainment. The service was exceptional and everyone was in great spirits at the end of the night. I think the dinners are one of the best part of the tour as we get to know each other better and enjoy great food and great ...
... it had in store. It's easily one of my most favorite places in Rome and it's so large that I always seem to find something new and interesting in it.
Afterwards, we managed to go to my most favorite restaurant in Rome (Osteria Barberini). We've been trying to get into dinner there for the last few days and they were always full, so today we took a chance at lunch and voila! Karen was a VERY happy camper since I got to eat my ...
... do shuttle busses to the Vatican every hour. So went to the supermarket, grabbed bread and Philly and headed to the shuttle bus. We arrived at the Vatican, and there were no real big queues...we wandered about st peters square. Turns out that we were being very slutty and had shorts on, this is a no no for the actual 'basilica'? (not even sure what the line was for, but we were denied entry!) We headed back and went to the Vatacani Musei. Saw the ...
... to the port and then found a restaurant, by this time it was
9pm and we were pretty hungry, we can’t seem to get the timing right, we either
want dinner too early or end up having it way to late (although it’s not late
for the locals). This place was great, we both ordered Pasta and Sam ordered a
Calazonie, which he didn’t finish because we were full on Pasta. You could get
wine in 1 Litre, ½ Litre or ¼ Litre amounts, and ...
... the Vittorio Emmanuel II monument, a vast white edifice like the Shrine on steroids and complete with winged chariots on top. By the time we climb all the stairs, it has not only got colder but is raining. We take the Metro back, still not having explored the Forum and Palatine! Dinner at the little restaurant round the corner. It is nothing pretentious and the waiter is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services