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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... without elbows hitting both sides of the enclosure. But you make do. However, there is not much you can do if you drop the soap or the shampoo bottle and want to retrieve it. For there is no bending or stooping or squatting in one of these corner showers. The only thing left to do is call your partner to quickly open the door and reach in for said item. And ladies, don't even consider shaving your legs in one of these showers. That's another use for the bidet.
... of a buttery waterfall leather jacket were not realised. Feeling defeated by Florence and its 8 litres of cocktails, we left to head to our most southern destination. All roads lead to Rome. (What a pun!) After sleeping for the entirety of the bus trip to Rome, we arrived. Our hotel was the best of the trip, it was large and plush. We freshened up, which judging by my reflection, this was much needed. We headed out on a walking tour of ...
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On our second and last day in Rome, ...
Barry's view- After a late night biking the night before we got up early and took the subway to the Vatican for our 9 am reservation. We got right in without waiting due to booking ahead. The museum was big but not as crowded as I had heard. We stayed about an hour and merged with a tour group into the Sistine Chapel. Pretty impressive even though we learned he did not have to lay on his back to paint the ceiling. ...
... like any other street in Italy. However it was a learning experience because the Pope pushed all the Jews in that area in 1492 because of religion differences. The Pope wanted Rome to be all one religion. So the Jews were pushed into an area that was next to the river, so it was an area that flooded a lot. After we walked through the ghetto we just walked around a lot more and did a bunch more shopping, especially in Campo Di Fiori which was like a ...