Mercure Roma West
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... miraculously no one having to pay an extra fee for overweight baggage and boarded the flight after an hours wait (and a quick lunch). The flight was 1/3 full and some of us were lucky enough to stretch out over three seats. Most students and staff slept on the plane or passed the time with some reading (I myself am currently reading the WW1 diary of H.R Williams who visited many of the sites from our tour of Northern France and Belgium).
The 2 hour ...
Absolutely nothing, This evening I'm resting my feet and avoiding another thunderstorm much as I'd like to go to the Spanish steps and find some more tiramisu and coffee granita. Tomorrow for those possibly after the basilica of St. Peter tour - will I make it up the 300 steps to the top and will I freak out? I was fine with st marks campanile I need a solid parapet to avoid the apparently unconscious urge to hurl myself over to see what it's ...
... window shopping NOT! A coffee to keep me awake, in a HUGE cup.
Check in & board the plane - this time it was a bigger one, an Airbus? Lynda & I sitting near the window up the front & Mary & Bill somewhere down the back. This was a much nicer plane, had better movies - still more eating, drinking, clambering over another passenger to get to the toilet, eating, fidgeting, movies, leg wiggling, eating, ...
... with the lack of tourist information offices being open (or if they are open being rubbish). There were always loads of routes for walking and cycling in Switzerland and France but not so good in Italy it seems. That said, the countryside of Tuscany is very pretty, green and lush rolling hills. The beaches are fine but not worth raving about. Ended the day in Lido Tarquinia a small, but actually quite busy and touristy for a change, town which hopefully ...
... and made ourselves comfy for a ritualistic screening of Love Actually.
The evening was very low key. It’s nice to have a place we can call our own and relax in. I caught up on a few blogs and photos, and we ate packet chicken noodle soup, Ciobar hot chocolate and cookies. It was the perfect food coma Christmas evening. I got to Skype my parents for an hour too, which put a cherry on top of an epic and unusual ...