Nando al Pallone Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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... the apartment building and led Phil and myself up the three flights of stairs while the girls took the antiquated looking lift. The lift was that small only the girls and their packs could just squeeze in. Our apartment is huge, by Italian standards, with two bedrooms (ours had two double beds and a dining table in it), a kitchen, bathroom and long hallway. We go through the now all too familiar induction (lights, kitchen stuff,wifi, etc) then after our host has gone, walk around ...
... restaurant beside our apartment. The ever-thoughtful Peroni staff however brought three huge plates instead... so we ate and we ate and we ate; it was really very nice... Lesson? We clearly have to learn how to say "light" in Italian.
Shopping, eating and drinking is clearly exhausting because after the bar we headed home and it was packing, clean up and lights out ... off to Venice tomorrow. :)
... Meeting was good and once again the singing was amazing. Us English really need to up our game. Plus all the sisters I met greeted me with the Italian kiss on both cheeks... Can you imagine us all doing that in Eden?? Needless to say we felt very welcome. The cultural variety in the congregation is huge, we met brothers from Sri Lanka, Japan, India, Italy, England, Sweden, Ethiopian, *****ia, Ghana and there were probably more besides those. As ...
... in the valley which lies in the middle all the impressive buildings stood. The valley is only the length of a football field or two. At the back sat the oldest temples and the Senate house, while at the entrance sits a giant arch that commemorated the Roman destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD. Just outside the entrance sat the colosseum. On top of the hill on the south side there were enormous palaces where Octavius Caesar Augustus was born and where the ruling ...
This morning I went for another run in the Appian Way park. I was less overwhelmed this time by the sudden change of scenery from the bustling city to green countryside so I looked at the signs as I ran past. Thanks to this more attentive attitude I discovered that I was running in the Valle della Caffarella area of the park. Once again the weather was beautiful. I'm still not taking these perfect spring days for granted! After breakfast I went back ...