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- Minbar in room
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- High-speed internet in room
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- Concierge desk
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... train… we sat and had some cappuccinos and finally boarded the correct train 45 minutes later! Living in a city like Florence, I assumed Rome would be similar. However, they are actually very different! For example, we had to take buses and taxis everywhere, so transportation was pretty difficult compared to the walking here in Florence. Although we only had a couple hours in Rome, we accomplished a lot. We saw the Vatican, the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, the Roman ...
... grown here and it was rated well on Trip Advisor, how could we go wrong. We pulled in for lunch at about 2:30, late for Italian lunch and dinner doesn't start here until 7:00, but we were warmly welcomed by the owner. There was a small group of locals dining when we came in and we immediately felt at home because they had a dog with them that happened to look a lot like our Daisy :). We showed them a picture of our Daisy and the conversation began, our broken Italian, their ...
Today I went with a few of my friends, who had friends visiting, to the duomo! We climbed up the dome and got to see a beautiful view of the city! It was such a long walk up that after we took a break and got some lunch before continuing our touristy day. We then went and saw the baptistry which I had already been to so I could write that paper, but it was nice to see it again without the pressure of knowing I was getting graded on what I remembered. ...
... of water feeling as the taxi turned down narrow cobbled lanes with multi storey old buildings either side. Florence felt the same as Rome in that regard. The taxi stopped in a lane and there to show we were at the hotel, just the names of the occupants of the apartment building on the outside. We pushed the name of our hotel and heard the door unlock remotely. We walked up a flight of stairs to be greeted by Bruno, a lovely man who speaks just enough English to get ...
... I think he canvassed the entire precinct in 15 minutes!
We dropped Nikki back at the apartment in the afternoon as she fancied a swim and laze by the pool. Chris and I went on in search of some antipasti and wine for 'befores'. It took us awhile to locate the deli in Impruneta and we nearly gave up but remembered that Eleonora (who owned the apartments) was only a phone call away. Withe her ...