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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
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... streets. Kyle ran down to reception to check out, after the porter told him he didn't need to. Then, the maids bustled into our room as we walked out. Kyle saw the keys in the door and panicked, so he locked the door and met us down the road - locking the maids inside!!!! Hahahaha! Oh well, it all worked out! :) We have a full day of travel ahead of us: Santorini to Athens to Rome. We ...
... our leader (there are 3 other couples from Aussie who are joining the tour with us - the tour is part of a big 32 day one). First stop was the Coliseum where we discovered that 2 of the 3 other couples hadn't done the coliseum either, so we decided to buy a combined ticket for the Forum (old Roman ruins etc) and entry to the Coliseum for €12 euro each. We had to be quick through them as they close at 6.15pm. The forum wasn't that good we didn't think. We didn't really have ...
... journey into town.
We arrived at the Westin Excelsior, which I had booked on my Starwood points. When we checked in, they upgraded us to a junior suite (thank you platinum status!). We got to our room, and it was huge. It looked like somewhere a very fancy grandma would live. We had a very large living room, with three couches, and a desk and china cabinet. We had a big bedroom, and a huge bathroom with a whirlpool tub so ...
... like a little kid to the gelato bar. He grabbed a cone behind his coworkers, and realized it was too loud to talk over the huge crowd gathered in front of the bar, so he walked around the side and asked what flavors we wanted. Lizzie definitely wanted rum raisin, so we got that, and a second flavor.. cioccolato. Alfio ran back behind the bar like a teenager and accidentally bumped into one of his coworkers, who dropped a ceramic coffee cup he had on a tray. Whoopsies J No matter, ...
... We got the metro from Republica and headed to the Vatican. We finally found our way in and spent four hours wandering around. We got one audio guide between us and allocated it to Ed which seemed to work well. For me the highlight was the hall of maps, the Raphael rooms and the Sistine Chapel. It really was amazing - Ian mentioned that he hadn't expected the Sistine chapel to be that big. [I am not entirely sure what I expected, but the reality was certainly more than the picture ...