Grand Hotel Tamerici & Principe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- TV Channel One Russia
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7.30am bye bye Rome. Jacky pulled a ligament in her foot at 4am this morn. Blanca, her sister stayed behind with her as Jacky could not walk and would have to end her trip and fly home. Blanca to meet up with ys later un Barcelona. It made me pretty sad to leave her behind as she was my favourite. We were naughty together. We enjoy the 2 sisters …
... at the signs indicating where the room numbers were. 101-112 left, 113-130 right they read. Check the key card, yes, definitely has 100 written on it, and the nice lady definitely said 100 too. Having been in two sitcom situations with those pesky Italian trains, we now found ourselves in an episode of The X Files. Naturally, we couldn't lose face and go back to reception and ask, that would have been too easy, no, let's struggle on instead.
... tasting stops along the way. Hope-fully, we'll have time to take a half-day tour of Lucca in the time we have remaining.
Following lunch in the apartment, we stopped by a ticket office located in the Palazzo Strozi to purchase a 3-day visitors' pass, which allows priority entry at most of the museums, churches, and other sights in Florence. The main reason we purchased these passes was to avoid having to wait in long lines (up to 3-hours at times) to visit ...
... surrounded by the familiarity of Trastevere. I was pretty busy with school throughout the week but on Friday Christina Sarah and I spent the day just walking around. It was a misty cold day but we revisited some of our favorite sights and even enjoyed an espresso on the roof of the Altare Della Patria. It really feels like home now that I have a routine down and I am enjoying every minute. OH I almost forgot. We discovered a little Italian ...
... outside the tower, we proceeded to the tower. It was €18 to get in the tower, €72 for all of us, Mum and Dad decided that only me and Mum go up and Dad and Matthew stay down on the ground. We had a session at 3:15 so set off to look at some of the markets surrounding the Tower. Of course we didn't find much of anything at the markets and as it was getting close to 3:15 so we sat down on the grass. It was almost strange ...