- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... not possibly reach all of them. They also fall into a variety of different categories, from antique archeological sites to pilgrimage locations to contemporary worship spaces. How to delineate the most important of them, and how to decide which of these are most deserving of a visit? And in what order?
I started ...
... rest of the group. There are 46 of us and all are from the United States with the exception of one lady who is from Australia. Our tour director told us that the one thing to remember in Italy is to expect the unexpected. We were scheduled to go the St. Peter's Basilica tomorrow but apparently it will be closed for a private party of some kind. Instead of our planned introductory tour of the city, we went to see the Basilica tonight. There are ...
... again and off at the Spanish steps stop. A short walk found them and Carol re-lived that famous scene from Audrey Hepburn's film Roman Holiday. As we walked, almost every corner revealed another amazing building. We have seen much today but realise we have just scratched the surface. There are so many buildings, museums, ruins and galleries that months would be needed to do this place ...
We woke at 5.30 in morning to a brisk ringing from my mobile phone, I was stunned as I had not expected it to ring, ever while overseas. I I had set diverts and messages and setup things so that people could not call me in order to avoid the high costs of roaming. I only really wanted it for SMS and emergency calls. Nevertheless, ring it did, and loudly. It was Chris, he was at the local post office, back in Australia, and told me that he got ...
... was always interested in immigration and their stories were very interesting. They all had one thing in common: it is hard work and not what they expected. I guess it is like that for every “promised land”. Because there are so many tourists in Roma, I spent my day speaking and hearing English, Spanish, French, Arabic…but barely any Italian.
I had a lemon gelatto today, delicious! I asked for a special linguini with alfredo ...