Hotel Del Corso
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... and soon we and our bags and our validated tickets were heading for Termini (main station Rome).
We had booked the same Bnb as last trip as it was central, cheapish and had good reviews. 5 years on the people are still lovely. They were happy to let us change in a space and leave bags at reception then realised our room was empty although not yet cleaned, so let us leave bags, and change in our room. We also reminded them about Pete and Ailsa Gillin, and realised they ...
... in classes and mandatory meetings. After the thrilling adventure yesterday, we got sucked back into the UD reality of long lectures about Aristotle and such. Yes, this is obviously the "study" part of the study abroad program but it was nice to have a fantasy of “all play, no work” for at least a day.
Wish us luck on our studies and the busy week ahead!
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... from this lemon and herb salmon. This dish truly possesses a quality reserved for the Gods and as it is aptly named as Ariel's tail
Third Course (Team Parent trap)
Overwhelm your very taste buds with the succulent sensations delivered by this pollo cacciatore. The ambience of this dish just screams homemade in a way that is sure to make you feel fourteen again.
... It is the best preserved example of ancient Rome and was initially a temple dedicated to all the gods of pagan Rome. The Pantheon exists today in such good condition because in the early 7th Century AD, the Byzantines gifted it to the then Pope and it has been in continuous use since. Actually, if you add the earlier [pagan] period, that is 1800 years the building has been in continuous use. Quite a record. When building the ...
... somewhere for our lunch. Not too far away we strike a place that doesn't look too touristy. The lack of a staff member outside the door trying to lure us in pleases Suzanne and Marco, so we venture inside and take a table for four. The inside looks very nice, and by the end of the meal I decide that this is our best dining discovery in Rome — it certainly wins the prize for the place I would most like to come back to, so it's rotten luck that we have only discovered it ...