Hotel San Giorgio
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel San Giorgio Civitavecchia
Bedrooms upstairs with two single beds, again, what is it with all the single beds in Italy ?
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I'am back. After sleeping for the best part of the last two days I am now back in good health. So yesterday we took a walk across Hyde park to Exhibition road and stopped of at the Natural History and Science museums. I am sorry to say the big kid in me still wanted to see dinosaurs and space rockets. Being a rainy day so did every other school …
... be many shows Alita will want to see, put on by the ships entertainment department. This show is a person (name forgotten already) who brings a few people on stage, then gets them to memorise, for example, a word from a book or the last four digits of their phone number, then by asking a series of questions he is able to guess what they memorised. It felt a bit corny, but it was okay. Then off to sleep with the gentle lapping sounds of the ship gliding through smooth ...
... with his handy work as we stare at one bike poking out of the linen closet with a blue sheet draped over it taking up a good portion of their lobby space. Once settled in our air conditioned room we showered and relaxed the rest of the evening. We researched our plans for Rome, pre-booked a hotel room (we do learn!) and headed to bed at a reasonable hour wanting to be rested and ready for our outing to the BI ...
... we stopped over in 2010 and I’d decided to stay on the boat, so it was all new and exciting for me. Obviously a very Roman feel to many of the old buildings, very different to the architecture of Amsterdam that we had just left. Surrounding the port side of the town was the remains of a huge fortifying wall, protecting its inhabitants from attacks by sea.
We eventually decided on what looked like a nice café, and ...
... collective small gasp was heard … just in case another car was coming in the opposite direction … We drove for just a minute more and then we saw it.
Civita de Bagnoregio
The map I have refers to our destination here as Civita de Bagnoregio which is basically where the road ends. Bagnoregio is sited a kilometre or two away from Civita de Bagnoregio.
When we arrived here, we had an amazing sight before us … across the ...