Hotel Euro House Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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... who were also going to be on the boat. So they put there bathers on and joined us........Towels supplied, jumped in the pool, how nice it was after all the hot weather we had been through in Rome city itself. Before long Judy's sister Debbie and her husband Barry George joined us ( who also were going on the boat).
After a long swim, we sat by the pool for ...
... I turned left, exploring the maze of by-lanes in the charismatic urban block between Via Volturno and Corso Vittorio Emmanuelle before turning east and passing the impressive Baroque architecture of Quattro Canti at the latter’s intersection with Via Maqueda. Continuing on Corso Vittorio Emmanuelle to Piazza Marina by the waterfront, I followed the waterside broad-walk to Castello a Mare, the screening venue, where the giant screen was part of a carnival with open air food ...
... get stiff so we moved along and out.
Thanks to Rick’s suggestion, I knew which door to exit the chapel to be able to take the shortcut to St. Peter’s Basilica. We ignored the note on the door indicating it was for group tours only.
We found our way to St. Peter’s and although we knew it is the largest basilica in the world and we had already been to the Milan basilica (which is among the top ten in the world)…we were quite stunned at the size of ...
... thought...here we are meaning the condition of the roads themselves. While the highways are in well-maintained, here in the south of Rome we have come across roads, which would rate with some of the worst we have seen in Third World countries. In Ardea itself [which is upper middle class with some very large impressive houses behind the secure walls and gates], the roads are atrocious and have potholes within potholes. Little attempt is made by the locals ...
... for the flight home: 10 pounds of @#$^ in a 5 pound bag! I've ditched some clothes and sundry along the way, but not near as much as I've added. Somehow, it works. Over one last cappuccino, OK maybe 2, the breakfast conversation: Jenifer: You know we could just do our laundry and start over. Richard: I think we have to get our hineys back to work to pay for our next big adventure. Jenifer: Oh... Tears don't fall until we're "wheels up." Arrivederci ...