BEST WESTERN Hotel Astrid
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We made it to Rome! We were excited to fly British Airways and have complimentary breakfast on the plane! You don't see that anymore. We are staying in a Best Western, which is the grandest accomodations we booked for the whole trip. Free mini bar, but no booze, and other free amenities. We walked around the city and looked at some monuments, …
... rhino's, crocodiles, ostriches, antelopes, bears and zebras, would be released into the arena and the end result was always death, thereby fulfilling the execution. I cannot comprehend the fear that these people must have faced, being held underground in the dark, listening to the cheers of the spectators and knowing that you were facing certain death by such an inhumane method, it is nauseating to think about.
At lunchtime, or intermission if you like, would come ...
... outside we were a little overwelmed by all that we had seen but we decided to go back to the ancient ruins in the car and take a look at them by night. Just as we got there the full moon came up and it was spectacular. we were so tired we had to lay down on the benches and just enjoy the moment for a while. It has been such an amazing day in Rome. The streets were still full of people everywhere as we drove home well after midnight. See you tomorrow- Grace.
... It just looks like the door to a room, and can only fit one person at a time if you have luggage. I thought it was great fun! Our rooms were very cosy and while, not at all glamorous, they were just what we needed. The bathroom I really liked, but neither of us tried out the bidet - I couldn't get my mind around it. Had a great sleep that night, and woke up raring to go…...
It was our 48th wedding anniversary that day, the 18th February. It was also ...
... emerged as the confluence of various regional dialects, among which the Tuscan dialect predominated, but the population of Rome also developed its own dialect, the Romanesco. The Romanesco spoken during the Middle Ages was a southern Italian dialect, very close ...