Mercure Roma West
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... in to our hotel, while Chandler checked out of the hostel we were just at. We decided to try and sneak Chandler in our room, since the website said there was only rooms for 2 people. We carried his bags into the room, and met him in the lobby. If was breakfast time, so we walked down to the bakery and sat down for breakfast. We ordered croissants and cappuccinos, although we didn't realize it was twice as expensive to eat sitting than ...
... before,....but we made ourselves stay up, and walked the beautiful old streets of Lucca. I felt like I was 'Home'. It was hot, and humid,....but this was soon to change, as they were calling for cool weather the next day. We had a wonderful dinner is one of our favorite spots,....ate a gelato, and finally, when we could keep our eyes open no longer, headed back to our room to sleep. it was wonderful being back in Lucca,......and,...... being there with Dennis. Good night ...
I was quite sad to leave London! There's so many interesting things to see and do, but we did manage to squeeze a couple more things in before going. This morning we went and met my friend, Jude (who moved to London on the same day we arrived), at The Shard for breakfast. The restaurant was called Aqua Shard, and was on the 32nd floor (you can go right up to floor 70, but it's sbout £30!!). The breakfast was five star, and ...
... 1986 with Paul that it was the scourge of tourists who could count on at least one of their planned viewings would be shrouded in plastic or scaffolding. However we were undeterred by this set back and the intrepid foursome set off again, this time with Max & Dylan navigating us towards the Colosseum. Dylan fortunately had a compass on his phone so that made his part of the quest easy, so Max used the map to direct us, and what an awesome job he did! We wove down and ...
With our last day in Rome present, we decided to have a free day to shop, explore, and re-see things we didn't get to spend much time at previous days. We began our final day by taking the subway for the last time. We walked along the river and went shopping in various market shops and I bought myself a necklace that was a coin with the country of Italy carved in it. After visiting some of the shops, we visited the one of the Jewish ghetto's. It was amazing ...