Mercure Roma Corso Trieste
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I was behind the kids at first, but then became the link between Sam and the kids so that we didn't lose sight of him. He went on ahead, and we arrived at the gate about 5 minutes later, out of breath, sweating, but jubilant when we saw that the last bus was still loading for our flight to Istanbul. We had made it.
Lesson learned: always get to the gate before anything else. Waste time near your gate. I hope this is our worst travel experience for the year.
... stopped randomly for ages en route. No air con. Windows didn't open. Doors out of order. 40 degrees. Kids crying. I nearly was also. Feeling a bit sicko. Thank god it ended (before I threw up) and we were let off to find the bus back to the ship. Started off with an orderly line. Soon became ugly as people scrambled to catch the last shuttle bus. Hate to think how this lot would have performed if the ship was was sinking!! I still have bruises! Made ...
... he is connected with. He actually asked if he could join me for the day and because I was a little surprised at his request I said yes, and then conveniently avoided the phone calls and took off alone. I realized I was quite happy on my own, and I wanted to be able to pop into some shops without a male hanging around. Particularly one I didn’t know.
Actually, that wasn’t the only invite out I got. One day I felt like ...
... boxes, benches, stalls - all dated and still used today.
We sat in the square for a while giving our feet a chance to rest and enjoyed the surroundings before heading back to the Metro station, stopping for the most incredible ice cream on route.
It was still only mid afternoon when we left, so we decided to make our way to find the Spanish Steps which is the longest and widest outdoor staircase in the Europe. It consists of 138 ...
Rome in a word? Incredible. Or maybe amazing. Well, really, it's more like fantastic. The truth is the Eternal City is indescribable. Especially to those of us who have never been to Europe before, Roma is hard to take in. The Mediterranean colors of the buildings, the winding cobblestone streets, the stunning pieces of art and architecture at every corner...it's unlike ...