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Viajamos 24 horas en el ferry de Grimaldi Lines desde Barcelona hasta Civitavechia, Italia para llegar a Roma el 25 de Junio. Fausto había prometido a Ana María pasar su cumpleaños en la bellísima ciudad italiana del Coloseo, la Fontana de Trevi y de los Césares: Roma.
Felices de montar en barco otra vez después de hacerlo en Argentina, …
... This Whoopi Goldberg look-alike was promising that we could skip the line and have our own tour for 50 Euros. That was way too much money, so I waved her off and turned around in line. The next thing I know, the snake from the Garden of Eden (Whoopi) was tempting Eve (our Canadian friend in my tour group) with the apple (a better deal than what I was offering.) Before I could yell, “Don’t eat the forbidden fruit,” the entire group ...
... Luckily after a week of Italian lessons I made a few carefully orchestrated but polite Italian like hand gestures along with what sounds seemed to pass for something vaguely familiar to the Italian and other fellow passengers so that I discovered that the woman next to me and the man behind me were both ascendering at the same stop as I.
Tor Pignattatta Loft
Of course my hosts live at the very top floor of their elevator deprived building but I had help ...
It was an earlier start today as we had the first reservation time slot at the Borghese Gallery. Located within the shady, tree-filled Villa Borghese Gardens, this gallery is a showcase of sculpture, as well as some choice paintings. To be honest though, at this point in the trip we're reaching our art-viewing limit. While the masterpieces are still very attention-grabbing, the lesser works all start to blend together after a while. Without a ton of guidance from our guidebook, and ...
I got pick-pocketed. On the Rome Metro, on the way to the Vatican. I gotta hand it to the *******s, they are good...I didn't feel a thing. The train was so packed that the only way I could keep from falling was to brace both hands on the roof of the subway car. Of course, as tightly packed as we were I may as well had a sign hanging on my neck.
I normally pack a money belt, but this time I simply got complacent. Hard to tell ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed