Hotel Shangri La Corsetti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... throng of plebs and royalty all entranced by the events in the amphitheatre. This was the first time I realised I had truly become my father as I kept getting distracted by all the signs and losing everyone. He is right though; you do learn/appreciate much more when you stop to smell the roses. We eventually found each other again and headed off to get lunch. Clearly, more Italian delicacies were consumed. We also made a stop past the infamous Trevi fountain that had that ...
Our naps went for a little too long and its late in the evening when we finally venure out. Only time enough to grab dinner at an Italian place across the road. We are guts today and have a pizza and pasta to share. The pasta serving is quite big and the pizza though simple was delish. We are rolling out of there and take a stroll on via Diora to try and digest some of our food. The street is a busy one with cafes, the local movie theatre and gelato places. We stop by the ...
... throw a coin in the fountain so we are assured of a return village. We returned back to the hotel for a shower, a rest and some sky ping with Kira. We went to a wonderful restaurant, another one I found in the travel magazines that I get each month. Friends that had gone to Rome before were not impressed with the food so I planned ahead to have restaurants names ahead, a lot of the tourist places are mediocre at best and I would suggest anyone going to Rome do the same thing. Our ...
We got started at a better pace today - by 9.15am, we were out and having a coffee at Cathy's local bar/caffe, and had already had a decent breakfast of cornflakes! The boys and I even managed to drop into St Clemente to admire the mosaics again! At 10am, we met Cathy and Ian, leapt onto a tram that took us past the Colosseo, the Circus Maximus and the FAO (where Ian works, in a building built by Mussolini) to ...
... t going to fall for anything this close to the end of our time here, so told him we would pay when we got there. When we arrived he tried to charge us more, but we weren't falling for his tricks. We tipped him the small amount we could afford, then grabbed our bags and headed into the airport. We went to go through security to the check in desks, but needed a ticket to get in, so we had to go to a sales desk and get them to print it for us, them went ...