Hotel Euro House Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... third building on the left. I gathered from the architecture that this was the old quarter of the city and even though at a far superior standard when compared to Indian cities, cleanliness levels weren’t what you’d associate with urban Europe. Nonetheless, spotless Taormina wasn’t a patch on ruddy Palermo and its beguiling flavours, where locals and tourists employed public faculties alike, even as a million of the former went about their daily subsistence.
... good, but my cousin Bill suggested to compare that taste with pizza made in other locations. So, I shall do that in Rome tomorrow!
This trip is winding down fast, and we have accomplished a lot, seen a lot, and covered a lot of ground over the past week! Tomorrow we plan to see the Vatican!
Have a good time looking at the pics......
Ciao for now!
... at Termini. As veterans of the Tube, we managed it easily. Thanks to Lonely Planet and our morning's tour guide, we bought our entry at the Roman Forum to miss the queues. I was spellbound by the Forum and the facc that Julius Caesar walked these cobblestones millennia before me. The Colosseum was equally impressive...as were the queue which we again sailed past ;) Our day ended with sore feet... And a dirty apple. Don't ask. Crashed again at the hotel. No dinner ...
... multiple statues lining the top of the walls surrounding it. We lined up to get inside, lined up once we got inside, and then lined up again by accident and ended up going to the cupola (top). We had two options of how to get there, stairs (5 euros) or elevator (7 euros). Being youthful and energetic, we decided to take the stairs..big mistake.. By the time we got half way up, Jessica had almost past out, and I was sweating like a pig. Jess decided to stay where we had made ...
... And it was actually a lot of fun.
It's interesting to see how people act and evolve in their travel habits when a wrench, like a little water, is thrown into their plans. For the most part, we were surrounded by a see of umbrellas wherever we walked. Some people sported thin, colorful ponchos. Others had raincoats. We saw people cower in doorways, hoping the weather would change soon, and still other braved the storm and just ...