Hotel La Culla Del Lago
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today Sarah and I decided to stick together and go to the Vatican to see what all the fuss was about. We got w guided tour and managed to skip the queue. With my expired student card, somehow I manage to get a reduced price, which I was happy with. The tour was really good and I managed to learn a lot about the Vatican and the history of it. Sadly ...
... marble wall) and eating generously stuffed panini that won't cost you more than 2 Euro". So we did indeed drink wine poured from the spigot and our very own 'little old men' sat on the pavement drinking their wine and eating their delicious paninis, and it was just as cheap as promised - and Graham even got to practice some of his Italian with Sandro and some of the locals. We walked back home via Trastevere and spent a couple of ...
The square is a Unesco World Heritage Site and is now an open air museum. It is
surrounded by cops and only a certain amount of people are allowed near the
statues to maintain control. The statues were incredible. Incl the replica
statue of David. The guide explained the politics behind the statues and
pointed out things I probably would not have seen on my own, for example on one
statue a face was carved into the back ...
... I digress,as yesterday was another busy day. We went to tour underground Rome with the same lady who was our guide at Monte Cassino(wraps to Jo here whose grandfather fought with the 28th Maori Battalion at Cassino). Anyway our guide is knowledgeable and enthusiastic but sometimes it leads to information overload. We met at the dreaded train station again and then she had the gall to suggest that we ride the subway. Now I know that I have been told that ...
... he finally did arrive he dragged us at high speed to the car whilst he sucked down a Figgie as fast as possible. Once in the car, he drove at high speed and proceeded to do his paperwork and talk on his mobile phone the whole way. He did get us to our apartment in one piece. We met the guy with the keys and he showed us around the apartment. It didn't take long as it is very small. The apartment is at 89 via Guilia in Centro Storico. It is a picturesque street lined ...