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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... close enough to a church, another one, which the guide book said was home to 'one of the great works of European art." Aren't they all?! ....Ecstasy of St Teresa. It was " nice" and interesting being the work of Bernini, one of the two main players of the Baroque period in Rome, though not sure I found it mesmerising. The interior of this Baroque church very dazzling with gold and colours and ornamentation. Managed to get parted from coins by a beggar mistaking him for a church ...
... and was delicious. The guy selling it was a bit of a hard case and laughed at my attempt at speaking Italian. He looked at my phrase book and had a little chuckle. I have to admit it's pretty hopeless and lacking the essential phrase of "dove il bagno" otherwise known as where is the toilet? This phrase is well used especially in cafes where you can expect the toilets to be semi clean at least and toilet ...
... t get what they ordered and usually even an order of three caffé turns into two caffés and a capuccino or something. Anyway, it's been a good day, tomorrow some more of Trastevere, Aventine and the Vatican. Looking forward to all of that, no so much the pain I'm going to be in after all that walking. (And before you ask, yes I've bought tickets for public transport. We just haven't used them yet. Everything seems to be "just around the corner"...) Now, good night. Buona ...
[Editorial Note: Today’s entry is reconstructed from notes prepared by Dee and Lucy, who donned their "Big-Girl Panties" this morning, left the tour director stranded home alone, and ventured forth on their own recognizance to explore the Prati neighborhood.]
Having determined the liquor supplies were reaching crisis levels, the first order of business was a dash in the rain to Castroni’s for fresh supplies, in addition to ...
We ate breakfast in a hurry, then Matt and I hauled our belongings over to the train station. It was a 30 min trip to the airport, then we checked in and headed to the gate. We were so excited to rid ourselves of the heavy suitcases!! Our plane was delayed an hour but we finally took flight towards Dublin. A quick plane change and we were off to Chicago. We watched a few movies and played ...