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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... days of old. That big guy in the middle on the horse - his moustache is 5' long. It's the biggest equestrian statue in the world. From there we walked up what we thought were the Spanish steps. No - they were one staircase over. These led to another church and a great lookout over Rome. We saw but did not climb the Spanish steps. Bus ride to hostel. Can't stay awake. 8:30 curfew suggested. Me and another dad started the rounds. I knocked on Jeff's door first. No ...
... century A.D.
The deserted beach town of San Leone at the edge of Europe and 4 kilometres south from the Akragas site was where I took lunch at a restaurant by the sandy, rather dirty and unattractive beach before taking a public bus back to Agrigento Centrale and the 5.15 pm Regional to Palermo.
I spent the remainder of the day at the hostel, writing with my legs up on the couch in the common area, extremely tired after the long, hot day. With the 4.15 am ...
... have had our share of pasta and pizza for breakfast lunch and dinner. Today we took the Vatican tour which was pretty eye opening too. My personal favourite was the Sistine chapel. Honestly, nothing can prepare you for the spectacle of it, I will tell you all about it when we get back. Unfortunately we couldn't take any photos in there. We are both extremely exhausted and are looking forward to a bit of r and r in Florence. Romans are badass. Bye ...
... Rome. It has a feel like St Kilda and in amongst the bars and restaurants were market stands selling anything and everything.The place was absolutely packed with people and it seems that until now we must have been the only people who didn't know about it. After dinner they have bands playing at a few of the bars. As we were staying in a convent for the night and we were worried about breaching our curfew (yes it is just like being at ...
The palace of Versailles was amazing and extremely opulent. The hot chocolate was just as great and well needed with the few snow flakes starting to fall. Mrs Bryce , Mrs Daud, Mrs Collins and Mr Carnell took a golf buggy to go and see Mary Antoinette petite palace - with limited time Mr Carnell enjoyed his stint as a race car driver at the wheel of the ...