Casale della Certosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... around for ages trying to find a laundry. We stopped for a coffee and the people were really rude to us. The coffees were really good all through Italy though. We eventually found a laundry near the metro and dropped off our clothes to pick up the next day. We went for lunch at a cute little place where they decided what we were going to eat and they just kept bringing food. It was so good. We had antipasti, pizza, pasta and desserts. At the end ...
Sleeping in the airport wasn't that bad, nor was the Ryanair flight to Rome. There was an incident involving Ryanair at the Rome airport just a few days ago though. The Ryanair plane was parked, but didn't have it's parking brake and chocks on, so it backed out 40m until it smashed into a fire station. Our experience with the airline was ok. Worth noting we boarded expecting water to be free but discovered it costs 3 euros. We were cheap, ...
Another beautiful day in, you guess it, Roma.
Where to begin. Every day here feels like 10. I found a guided tour (free) starting at 10 am today, so this morning, after realizing I lost my phone whilst.. on a roma adventure last night.. was quite distraught. But I left it, because this stuff happens all the time to travelers. Passport is all I need (and perhaps money!). So that is life! THREE HOURS my friends, this walking tour was. We visited so much I can ...
... wall of the Vatican. The Pope has such a large property...we were a little confused as to why he needed that much space. It was such a long and unnecessary walk but now we have a wonderful memory and we laughed so much during it. We eventually made it and enjoyed the hugeness of the Basilica and looked at all the artwork. As we left it started to rain and the metro was super crowded, so by the time we got home we were exhausted. We didn't really do much after. We ...