BEST WESTERN Hotel Astrid
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... wanted to know where we needed to be. So back to the guy to ask another question. He informed me that they didn’t post platforms until at least 20 minutes before the departure or less.
Oh boy. So much for getting there early. To stand. And wait. And watch the board. My only concern was that tracks 1-24 were right in front of us. But it showed that tracks 25 – 29 were somewhere else and I really didn’t want to have less than 20 ...
... must have a special floor called "The Spartan" where you get the worn towels, and the barest of minimum facilities. Ironically we both slept like logs. Lovely breakfast - I had a big feed of my favorite (Arabic) brekky of Ful Medames - spiced fava beans in a sort of mashed bean gravy, with red onion, chopped parsley and egg on the side. I kid you not, I LOVE IT.
Back to the Airport for a 1020 departure and about a year later we arrived in Auckland. ...
... intertwined by snakes!! The pope at the time gave MA complete freedom on what to paint on the ceiling. His only guideline to MA was to make it memorable. Well, MA certainly did! Every image/person on the ceiling is Jewish!! Our time in the Chapel was limited. What I really wanted to do was to lay on the floor and gaze up for a limitless amount of time!
The clarity of colors and intricacy of each image on the ceiling is what ...
... our street for sushi and green tea gelato. The gelato was great, but I was slightly disappointed in the sushi. For those of you who don't know, Sushi is my favorite thing to go out to dinner for so I have had lots of really great sushi to compare it to which is probably not fair. Anyways, I am so excited for more food, wine and all the sightseeing to come!
Oh yeah.. and I think I have to go to ...
... is Monumento Vittorio Emmanuel II. Mario our host had mentioned to us before that Romans generally dislike the building as architecturally, it does not share any resemblance to the other buildings and design language of Rome. The large, white, body structure has been referred to as the "typewriter" and the "wedding cake".
Back at Trastevere, we were invited by Mario to join him for dinner. He had been to the markets and had brought home a large bag ...