Cancelli Rossi Hotel
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... bus ride and slowly Roman Ruins started to come into view. As we got off the bus Mr Bresett reminded the kids that their passports must be in their belts. So, a turned towards an old wall and proceeded to transfer mine into my belt. Mr Bresett looked over with a surprised look and said he thought I was taking a leak. "When in Rome!", I exclaimed. Ba-da-boom! Jeff said I rushed it. After walking up and over and down the streets (trying to ignore all the pedlars ...
... do in their own personal spaces, most female boarders dress comfortably at hostels and this entails loose, minimal clothing. I know it’s the tendency for any male worth his salt to want to take note of skimpily dressed women, but gentlemen, do not stare, nay even look, under any circumstances, at female hostel guests as they go about their activities. Slyly put cun if you have to.
Oh yes, and fellows, be cognisant of morning wood and take appropriate action.
... have a luxury meal in a roof top restaurant overlooking the Vatican City. It was very pricey and to be honest, the food was not worth the money we paid. However, the view was spectacular. My husband had the sense to book at table for 8:30 as we got there just before sunset. I must admit I didn't think of that! It was very traditional, the lady had the best seat at the table and my menu didn't have the prices on it. It was definitely an experience I won't ...
... girl) and I to her school to see the president of the European Union give a presentation. Due to the four hours of sleep I got, I'll admit that it was hard to keep up with all the French. But it was a HUGE deal that he would come to their small town. I wanted a picture with him, but he had places to be I guess and he booked it. We waited with Claire's friends for the parents to pick us up, and we went to the pharmacy where the girls stayed in the car and talked about the gypsy ...
... the bus. After dropping our things off at the hotel and saying goodbye to our bus and bus driver, we began our walking for the day. First was the Colosseum, of which we had a guided tour. The place, in short, was huge. It was strange to see it in person after having always seen it in pictures. To be ...