Grand Hotel Villa Tuscolana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We leave this morning.... Dragging ,12 bags, 6 backpacks and a lot of great memories.... Home. Highlights.... Cooking withi Mila..... Being invited into her home that is literally a Castle - Cindy Gelato in abundance- Holden Amalfi Coast- Brent Wine at Lunch- John Leaning Tower- Jaxson The flowers,history ...
... around the corner into the square. At least one hour's wait, if not more. I do not understand why people don't book in advance. Most of the people in the queue were over 30, so would own a credit card and could easily pre-book tickets surely. Oh well, their loss.
Getting to the meeting place, which was just near a little cafe opposite the Vatican's entrance called, funnily enough, Caffe Vaticana, involved crossing the Piazza Risorgomento where we ...
... Nemi The Romans flock to Nemi (32km/20 miles from Rome) in droves, particularly from April to June, for the succulent strawberries grown here, acclaimed by some gourmets as Europe's finest. In May, there's a strawberry festival. To reach Nemi by bus, go to the Anagnini Metro stop in Rome. From here, take the CoTral bus heading for Genzano. At Genzano, change buses, taking the one marked NEMI. Service is about every 30 minutes during the day. Nemi was also known to the ancients. ...
... in Madrid, so that is really really exciting. We are going at the end of March. Also, this coming weekend I will be going on a trip to Tunisia, which is located in northern Africa. I will be going with about 70 other students from my school accompanied by a couple staff members. This will be the trip of a life time and I cannot wait to share my experiences with everyone.
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... today, somewhere in the nineties. I kept telling Molly we waited in longer lines than that to go on the roller coasters at Silverwood :) as we slowly made our way in. Once we were in it was definitely worth it. We toured through the Vatican Museum first and then admired the Sistine Chapel. It was gorgeous but extremely crowded. We had paninis at the cafeteria and headed off to Saint Peter's Basilica. We decided to climb to the top of the Dome...at the time we were thinking that was ...