BEST WESTERN Hotel Rome Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We were a little worried about finding our way back to the drop off carpark for the cars however it all worked out fine and we had plenty of time to spare before boarding our flight to Dubai. Our car had a bit of damage to the hub caps but this was not picked up. Think many cars are returned with a few scrapes after driving in Italy. After our long wait to pick up the car, the dropping off was a ...
... surrendered their nice white complexion and following a double gelato, returned to the train station for the 3.15 pm Regional to Palermo.
I spent the next few hours at the hostel, sleeping and writing, until the sun became less harsh and embarked on my evening explorations a little after 9 pm. I walked north along the commercial Via Maqueda, past the showrooms of Ferregamo and Bulgari to Teatro Politeama, fronted by the sprawling Piazza Re Ruggero Settimo. Walking ...
... owner of the whole shooting match where we are staying also came along for check in, our reputation again. Sorry, seems he wanted to check out the plumbing but also very helpful. Disappointed that we were only on the 1st floor and not the 6th floor! Seems so much to see and do in so little time, we are not sure of the current conditioning of the new arrivals, maybe will need to prescribe a spoonful of cement. Went to ...
... to go to outdoor trattorias in the nearby hills to eat “porchetta alla romana” and rosemary-scented potatoes, all washed down by fresh chilled white wine [possibly a Frascati]. “In Porchetta” refers to a meat that is stuffed and cooked in the style of roast pork."
We sampled porchetta several times, eating it like many of the locals do, sliced pork on a crisp bun with only a little stuffing added. Quite delicious and with ...
... whole trip with my legs splade. Lucky it was only a 2 hour trip. Yes, sunny Barcelona! What a beautiful day it was, as we caught a bus to the centre of the city before catching a cab to our Hotel, The Hotel Rosellon - Ayre, just fantastic which looks onto the famous church the Temple De La Sagrade. That night we walked the Avda de Gaudi a street where everyone sits and chats and eats. As I said at the start you never know what's going to happen next on our ...