Confortel Pio XII
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we had a delicious three course meal. The restaurant was beautiful and had over 18,000 bottles of wine in it's inventory. We spent hours visiting with all the combined families. It was bittersweet saying our goodbyes, but an incredible experience being together. We wish to see everyone again soon! (More photos coming ...
... We got
beers and waited for the show to start. At first I was nervous in anticipation
because I didn’t know what to expect and as the first round went on I had
continual mixed emotions. The bull first ran out into the center of the stadium
and was taunted by 3 or 4 Toreros or Matadors with pink capes, two men on horses
would come in after a few minutes and make the first stab on the bulls back,
then the pink caped matadors our hook 5 or 6 spears into ...
... is scanned before being allowed to board the train.
The Renfe online booking system is good up to the point when you have to pay and then despite trying numerous times with different debit and credit cards we gave up and used Petrabax, a US based travel operator, to book our tickets. Within minutes our booking and reservation was confirmed ...
... and the horror of the wrong done to that place is plangent and vivid.
So, on to the complex fun of Joan Miro, lively colour and design with linear symbols. Dali the train wreck, where psychoanalysis collides with an absurdist. Not really my cup of java. Delaunay and his delicious use of colour. There were many other painters in each of the styles are exhibited. No pics allowed. So we went room to room in a large rectangle around ...
... days now that my internet connection works. Overall I would have to rate Rome the second most beautiful city in Europe that I have visited (first being Athens).
Keeping on the topic of trips I've taken (as I'm sure you guys aren't too interested in the financial programs I write at work) I was lucky enough to find a round trip ticket to Wills' home away from home (Budapest) for just about $100. I can now say I finally understand why ...