Casa La Salle - Casa Per Ferie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... very very good but very very expensive. About $6.00 Australian for a bottle. We really must start to manage our budget a bit more carefully. We wonder if Desperate Dan has Italian wine as good as this for $6.00.
When we get back on Monday it will be an early night to get ready for the train to Bari and the ferry to Dubrovnik where we expect to do b*gger all for 5 days before coming back to Rome for the flight home.
... was falling victim to a curse by a gypsy. We also discovered an ingenious begging technique of a street urchin wearing black clothes like a catholic priest (but no clerical collar) outside a church asking for money. The closer you get to the door without giving a donation, the more he yells "please please please, for the church!". I foolishly gave him 75cents before realizing he was an imposter. Other encounters with street urchins have ...
... as my increase in girth over the last six weeks attests to that, but when Robyn and I saw and Irish pub in Rome we looked at each other and slinked in. After a very un Irish lunch of Nachos and an Hamburger we resumed our trek through the baking streets of Rome.
Next stop Santa Maria sopra Minerva church to view the Raphael and Carrevagio frescos and Michelangelo’s Christ with a crucifix. We see the white elephant (really) and enter the ...
... windows that face the other tower of the building. This room is connected to our common room, this is where we have our closets and my desk and two little arm chairs. Our room is connected to this and then you can slide doors to enter the laundry and bathroom from our bedroom. Our bathroom is probably the most unique part of the house, we have a bidet (which I am terrified of) and then to flush the toilet there are two buttons on the wall: one to start flushing and one ...