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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Well not exactly priceless... Priced rather fairly I thought. Caught in another horrendous downpour on the way to the tour meeting point. We were all like drowned rats on arrival. Our hosts dark rome tours (via viator.com thoroughly recommend) did their best to shelter us. And then we joined the crazy wet 'fray' of the Vatican 'departures' lounge. I was glad to have a guide through the craziness, think of the worst airport security check ...
... us avoid the hordes, it also decided to absolutely bucket it down all weekend meaning that most of our fellow tourists (as yes, we do have to admit that we are indeed included in this category, as much as we ridicule them) were convinced to postpone their days out, leaving just the hardiest of us to wade through the villages. In all seriousness though, Riomaggiore, Manarola, Vernazza, Corniglia and Monterosso are witness to one of the most gorgeous, inspiring coastlines ...
... starting the day by finding the office where our travel pack thing with several cards and other info for our travels around. We had an address and directions, so we (mistakenly) thought it would be easy to find - walk for 20 mins and done. That was perhaps based on knowing where you are, which is not always clear. It would be easier with the odd SIGN or 2, but there must be some ancient law against that because they are seriously lacking. So the 20 mins became 2 ...
... mornings, he is outside on the square and they got to see and take pictures of him! Then they took a city tour on the top level of a double decker bus...twice. They met me at the Colosseum and we proceeded via the metro to the Spanish Steps, so named because they are near the Spanish Embassy. It was nice to see the Spanish flag on the building. We arrived at the widest, tallest staircase in Europe. I'm not sure one could ...
Today has been what Lauren usually calls "a lovely day", and it was indeed lovely. We took the train out to the ancient port of Ostia and it turned out to be a great site, a lot of the old city was well preserved and you really got a sense of what it would have been like. It reminded me a lot of Ephesus in that regard. The sun even came out for us too! So far today has been one of my favourite ...