Hotel Borgo del Mare
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Borgo del Mare Civitavecchia
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... becomes the ordinary for us, unfortunately. We reversed our route back to the boat (train, bus, shuttle) and was back on board in plenty of time for afternoon tea. A routine which became a daily tradition, as my ever expanding waistline could prove. We had booked what was called Anytime Dining. The alternative was Traditional Dining, where you are allocated a time and a seat at a table and you eat then, or not at all. With Anytime Dining we could eat in the dining room on ...
... with the ship. This is our 4th cruise with Oceania. We’ve now experienced all three of the smaller ships (Regatta, Insignia & Nautica) as well as one of the newer larger ships (Marina). They are all quite similar. Still…worth a view and a walk in the sea air. We can’t really do all that much as we have a mandatory Drill….complete with life jacket. At least I look good ...
... again at 7pm for some pre-dinner drinks. Anna, Rex, Philip and I had the special of the day – a strawberry basil bellisimo! Absolutely delicious! The other intrepid explorers joined us an hour
later for dinner, and together we started our cruise off with laughter, great food and excited chatter about what we were all doing tomorrow. Rex & I are looking forward to the next three weeks enormously.
... on what each of us has been doing for the last few days, and filling in the gaps that the Blogs just don’t do justice to.
I especially loved the tram story, that I’ve urged Trish to add to her blog. But there was lots more to flesh out what’s been happening since we left NZ.
And of course, we couldn’t help but do a little anticipation of the cruise. One thing we’re all looking forward to … is the laundry ...
Rome is an amazing city! We took a 10 hour tour of it today. First stop was the colosseum, Jackson's favorite part of the day. We saw the Trevi fountain, had a three course lunch at the Savoy, and ended the day at the Vatican. The Sistine chapel was breathtaking and St. Peter's Basilica was really a sight to behold. It was a really long day but ...