Hotel Borgo del Mare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cruise line has its own style and you just have to figure out which one suits you the best. We head up to level 14 for some lunch. As with all cruise lines, Celebrity feeds you more than is possibly required (no losing weight here!). I immediately dive into the salads, I just love my veg's. Our cabin is on level six and is a balcony as usual. We are in our cabins by 2:00 PM and this is my time to nest. I actually unpack both suitcases, just so I can tell what we ...
... lounge, bedroom and private bath. Bath is shared but we are the only guests. We are blessed to have our room on the 1st floor as our luggage is out of control, weight wise. We meandered around town today and tomorrow I will take the train to Rome. If I get there in time, I'll take the Rome Free Walks starting in Plaza Espana and ending in St Peter's. It's an informal thing. Be there or be square. No sign-up, no fees. If you're there on time, you'll ...
... 15.8599996566772px;">most people pass through Civitavecchia on their way to and from a
cruise ship but we've discovered it has a history of its own which
goes back to the 1200s or earlier. Some of the early fortifications
are still here but a lot was destroyed during WW2. ...
... the people in this area really dislike the Vatican and the Pope and in many places in Italy they dislike the Pope with a passion. ( in the early days the Pope forced people to pay extremely high taxes on everything including salt, which is why most traditional Italian bread does not have salt). We climbed a bell tower with its 160 steps to witness the highest viewpoint over Orievto....with a bit of huffing and puffing on the way up the winding stairs..we were ...
... international calls. I find a quiet plaza. where senior citizens sit in the shade. I'm not sure if I can count them as an "audience" since they were there before me. But one does comment at the end that he likes my music... I head down the coast where there's a giant statue of a sailor kissing a girl--like that famous end of WW II photo... Figuring I've seen what there is to see, I figure it's time to head north back to the region that I've been postponing long enough: ...