Casa La Salle - Casa Per Ferie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I should have some memory back after I delete the photos from my ipad... if you have ideas on how to do that so I"m not doing it one by one, I'm all ears! so not sure if I'll be posting any photos tonight, it may be tomorrow. I was able to add some photos to some of my other days as I was able to use my phone photos from the days my camera battery died. So if anyone wants to see some dog photos you'll have to go back to Firenze to check them out.
We got out of ...
... trying to find their way around the ship, It’s funny to see because we were the same and were also in awe as to the scale of this ship. I think there are around 2500 new people starting today.
We walked 9 .5 kilometres today. And tomorrow we are in Palermo, Sicily with a late arrival of 10:00am. We have no tour booked and will walk the city streets and look for Mafia.
As we were leaving we saw a Volcano Erupting in the distance, but are not sure which one.
... There is also a portrait of every pope to date, with some blanks yet to be determined. The exterior of the church is just as beautiful with statues and a gardens and a variety of trees...including palms! With the sun setting, it was a sight! As we headed back home, we rested at a small dog park and enjoyed the activity. Rome is full of cats, but the Romans really love their dogs. We saw some elaborate sweaters ...
... pledging himself to give stability to the new religion. He built several churches, gave the civil power of Rome to Pope Sylvester I and founded in the eastern part the new capital, ...
... decent artwork, there's a room completely painted by Raphael which is infinitely more detailed and (in my opinion) of a far better quality. Check that out instead of the chapel. Pompeii is amazing, absolutely mind blowing. You could spend a whole day lost in the ruins there and still be stumbling across something interesting around every corner. If you don't ever get the chance to go there, at the very least jump on google images and see some of the bodies that were pulled ...