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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it would be cramped and we would have had to strap our luggage to the roof, sort of Mr Bean style. In contrast the truck had plenty of room for bags, excellent air conditioning in the back, but only two seats in the front! We finally settled on a very comfortable Peugeot, 5008. After Tony & I flying in long haul from Hong Kong & Doug & Janet from London, we checked into our hotel, then headed to Monte Cassino, a ninety minute drive south of Rome on the auto strada, with ...
... Went for a walk along some of the streets in the village. This place is like a Chinese Puzzle. It doesn't matter which street you walk down you seem to end up where you started, even if you don't turn any corners. We got a bit tired of that game so we sat in the main Piazza, which we had walked past three times already. Listened to a lady who had long and loud conversations......with herself.
After that we went for an ...
... the sidewalk told us after 6pm it was free not to worry he would look after our car for us if we bought him a coffee !! Talk about shifty. We've been back twice to check it's still there with all four tyres !! We walked down to have a look at the Colosseum. It's amazing we are staying about 10 mins walk away. We found our way back. Checked the car was still there then headed out for tea. We've found ...
Another beautiful day in, you guess it, Roma.
Where to begin. Every day here feels like 10. I found a guided tour (free) starting at 10 am today, so this morning, after realizing I lost my phone whilst.. on a roma adventure last night.. was quite distraught. But I left it, because this stuff happens all the time to travelers. Passport is all I need (and perhaps money!). So that is life! THREE HOURS my friends, this walking tour was. We visited so much I can ...
... night anyways, so we decided to try and find an all night cafe to hang out in till the train came. No such luck. Everything closed at midnight, so we ended up getting stuck in the train station waiting for our train to come in what felt like -50 degree weather. I had pretty much every layer of clothing that I brought to Italy on and was still freezing. I had to run the stairs in the train station to stay warm. I never thought I would ever be so ...