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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Banquet room
- Room service
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... the family, washing clothes, and unpacking!!!
I've really enjoyed this trip and Karen has been fantastic to travel with, easy to be with, goes with whatever comes along, nice to have a travel buddy!
Hopefully when I get home I will update this, if Karen can hopefully she'll add to it also.
Sad to leave Bella Italia, but happy to go home!
Fit bit: 23,829 which is 10.26 miles ( I think this was our biggest day yet!)
... camp bus to the railway station in the company of other guests, before catching the rattly over ground train and connecting to the metro. Picked up our Omnia cards and took a ride on the Hop-on bus to get ourselves familiarised with the city layout. Very hot, high 30s and no shade.
Enjoyed the ride and the look around. Booked in for the Vatican Museum and St Peters Basilica tours and then went on to Vittoriano Memorial and then a long walk home, and round and ...
... was in 1900 that the tyre firm Michelin published their first guide book - for cars.They were hoping to raise the demand for tyres. Now the Michelin Guide is best known as a guide to fine eating in select restaurants.
I'm going to have to give you details of the meal. We began with little bread rolls and I chose the 'olive oil' roll. The stylish crispy breads followed, in flavours of cumin, tomato,anchovy and fennel.
Then came ...
... of the Renaissance cuisine and describes cooking techniques and tools, giving the first known picture of a fork.
In the modern age, the city developed its own peculiar cuisine, based on products of the nearby ...
... and cremated in the ancient city of Rome (we visited the place of his cremation - the Christians weren't slaughtered in the colosseum but in circus maximo (an arena outside of the colosseum - Palantine hill is approx 115-120 ft about city level (we know because we climbed every foot of it!) - the colosseum is 170 ft above city level We were truly glad when the tour was over, probably more so because neither of us had ...