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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... it, but there is not much we can do about it, so we again sit on the steps in St Peter’s Square and take a few minutes to rest and people-watch. We change again – it is too hot for long sleeves and trousers and we have a long cycle-ride home. It is much simpler on the way out – or so we think. Rome has a 3 lane ring road classed as a motorway that runs all the way around it, and it is very difficult to cross on a bike. Eventually, we find a section that has ...
... of its creation. During the Christian era of Rome, the building was converted into a church. Since the Renaissance era, the Pantheon has also been used as a tomb for several highly regarded Roman figures; the most popular burial site would probably be that of the famous painter Rafael. The Pantheon stands as one of the best reserved buildings from the Ancient Roman era, and the use of the building as a church still continues ...
... s our last night and I'm feeling quite sad that we're leaving Rome. We're being picked up in the morning and should be on board the ship by lunch time. I've made sure that our togs will be in our hand luggage so we can hit the pool straight away. Hopefully not everyone will have the same idea.
Wifi may not be readily available on the cruise and the ship charges like a wounded bull. I'll have to rely on free Wifi cafes in the ports. Ciao for now. ...
... all the other meals to order an antipasti, so we all started with our own pasta dish (Ameritrica for Mom, a chili & olive oil based sauce for Bryan, Aribiatta forJeff and Pasta Crèche (Essentially Margherita style pasta) for me) with our favorite house red yet! Jeff and Bryan both had Roman Style Chicken (spicy chicken) and mom and I shared Chicken Cacciatore ...we had panned a leisurely walk home with a stop for gelato and cafe, and a drink out! However, we decided to ...
... mechanical components, and 36 spoke Swiss DT trekking wheels. They are strong and geared for mountain riding with panniers. The bikes weigh almost 12 kilos each, and the bags almost eight. The normal baggage limit for economy class from Australia is 23 Kg, so we have become used to carrying all our personal baggage on planes in a pannier as hand luggage. For this trip we have the luxury of a 30 kg limit with Qatar so a few extra items might sneak in - but ...