- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... ve taken 20 mins but was actually 20 mins late. By the time we got to where we were going we could've walked there quicker which is what we should've done in the first place! We then arrived at the restaurant only to discover that it had recently closed down. We perused a few menus displayed out the front of other nearby restaurants, made a choice, and sat down to a table for 2. We ordered a bruschetta and a stuffed zucchini flower to share for an entree and then each chose ...
... where I could not be tempted by any more Italian shoe shops!! I will add to this later after my afternoon adventures! Finally had a long conversation with Sam, and we have decided to continue with our plans and travel to Borneo with Malaysia Air. Kate said as it is a short trip she will not be freaking out with anxiety, so we will do it. This afternoon, I found a gorgeous little osteria right near the hotel and had a delicious cool Sauvignon from the ...
The drive to Rome started a little late (ok it was noon). We walked to Sorrento after breakfast (down steep hill on a road that was designed for pedestrians, goats and donkey drawn carts. It works very well for Vespas' and Apes (ah-PAY -Italian for bee- a tiny car with one front wheel and 2 back, fits 2 people at a squeeze) and small cars on what was essentially a footpath.
We bought a bottle of Limoncello, some fruit for the drive and missed our shuttle ...
... it. Overall our building is really nice and secure too!
Today we started at orientation and then took a navigation tour of the city. Our tour showed us the bus, train station, and tram. Bus tickets cost 1,5 euro but nobody ever checks them so they say you shouldn't actually buy them. However, if the people do come on to see your ticket you could be fined without one! Our bus took us to termini which is the main train station we learned the difference ...
... I liked it so much that I snuck a picture). Afterwards we got to roam around Assisi and get food. Assisi is gorgeous. It's the Italy you picture with the stone buildings with flowers and vines. So far, out of all the places in Italy we have been, this is where I would buy a house.
September 28th: I got to sleep in today! Corinne and I went over to the other side of the Tiber River to eat and do homework. The waiter was very insistent that we learn Italian and he taught ...