Hotel Antica Locanda della Francigena
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Rome in a day? it can be done! (Proven also by myself and Ruthie a few years back) Early start, after a late night, bet the crowds at St. Peter's and then joined the queue for the museums whilst Owen fetched McDonalds breaky. Took over an hour to move 200 meters so put nick on the fast track option, then did the ultra touristic thing of an open too bus tour, we were all a bit tied and it was getting hotter and ...
... ol' Lisa over to another school - FLASHBACK!!! This is the same school where we met Lisa - it's got a (hot) park ranger working at the front gate and the path leads up to the school where all the students are shouting out the windows asking questions and saying hello... It's quite a nice welcome. I can't remember what we performed here last year but I remember there being quite a lot of students. Today we performed puss in boots, ...
... expenses are charged on the card, so there’s no need to carry your wallet with you, they will not accept your money until the end of the trip when you settle your account. Even tips are charged to your card.
We checked in our baggage and they delivered it to our individual state rooms. Upon embarking we were welcomed by the beautiful lobby with a staircase bejeweled with Swarovsky Crystals. There were 16 Decks. We were on Deck 10. My room mates for ...
We could not face the crowds and
sweltering temperatures in Rome again so we found a cafe with wi-fi
and skyped with Sonja for a couple of hours. Back at the ship for a
couple of hours we had lunch, recharged the battery on the computer,
did the laundry, had a power nap (in my case), then headed out again
to skype with Erik.
Everything is going very well for
... 2nd class carriage with seats that had good back support and 'winged' headrests like planes. At 10pm, by agreement with the other occupants of the compartment, we turned off the lights, pulled the blinds, and tried to doze. Three times during the night, between 10pm and 4am, we were woken and the light turned on to check out tickets - bet they don't do that to the passengers tucked up in couchettes and sleepers. We had chosen not to have a sleeper on this trip because ...