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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sup> step, it seemed. I finally made it to my hotel, and the first thing I noticed was it had a proper shower. I actually nearly shed a tear. I threw myself on the bed for a while, and just relaxed under the hum of the luxurious air conditioner. Ahh! Later, I took a taxi to a café 'Gusto somewhere in town, where I met up with yet another crewmember from Australia who happened to be in Rome also. We ate a mountain of food, and gulped down a large glass of red wine, and ...
... of my favourite Italian songs and my dad's. We both loved Pavarotti's version...it's the best!! 'Vide O mare quante bello spira tanta sentimento' ..I can hear Pavarotti singing it now. Sorrento was beautiful and I did have a cry when we got there but they were tears of happiness and joy in memory of my dad...I fulfilled a promise I had made. Sunday June 29 happened to be a holy day. It was the feast of Saint Peter and Paul. Pope Francis was going to be holding Sunday mass at ...
... m not going to lie, it was a scene right out of a horror film. The air was silent, we were the only people on the track awaiting the train, and the eeriness was all around us. Thankfully we were joined by 3 females and I was instantly at ease.
Once we hopped on the train, we were greeted by a familiar American accent, a guy named Adam from San Fran! He was quite the character. He had no ...
... of time before we had to leave for the airport. Claire, Halley and I went back to the Roman ruins and went inside to check them out. They were pretty cool, but there were no signs letting you know exactly what you were looking at. If I ever go back, I’m for sure getting a tour. We met up with our friends Kelsey and Marlo, who are both studying in Rome for the semester. We got a nice Pizza lunch and our last serving of gelato for the week. It was good to see Marlo and Kelsey, ...
... of vino bianco, some foccacia, and a tasty salad. While there, I read my book and lingered over my wine for a long time (it is so appropriate to do that it Italy - they never rush meals) and it was amazing. I felt incredibly content sitting there. Unfortunately it started raining; patios here are almost always covered, so I was fine, except that I was finished my meal and ready to go (and wearing shorts and a tank top), so I asked them where I could ...