Hotel San Giorgio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... see it all. We had a 2pm lunch in a restaurant that sold us the most delicious Barbera D'Asti, €15 to have with lunch and €11 to takeaway, how could we resist. It accompanied a delicious lunch of bollito and scallopina con limone. We made it home just in time, there was a massive thunderstorm and we were inside and ...
... a tomato sauce and cheese crispy bread thing for breakfast. Yum. I got the metro from near my accommodation into Termini station (the main station) then bought a return ticket for a regional train to Frascati. It's a small town about 20ish kms from Rome. Took half an hour to get there. I just love going by train. A lot of the time you can see into people's back yards. I like seeing the gardens. There's a lot of fruit trees in bloom. There's ...
... had a blast. They were amazed at all the American music that was played. We met our tour guide Christina at the entrance to the site. The Oracle at Delphi. This was a sacred place where people came to seek out advice from the Oracle. Different races of people erected their statues there and paid homage. It is an inspiring location to go for advice. High, high in the mountains, with a view that leaves you in ...
... he went up to the steps where he sat and talked and then the reading for the day was read in a ton of different languages. The pope gave a speech which was also then translated into all of the languages. Finally everyone stood to sing the Our Father in Latin and the pope gave the final blessing. The audience itself must have only lasted until 10:45. After the audience we headed out of St. Peter’s to try and get away from the mob of tourists. We headed to Old Bridge to get ...
... on the way, luckily noticed that our train was actually leaving from a much closer platform. Good thing we were looking. We walked along the platform trying to decide which carriage to get in. We must have looked a bit confused because a young fellow raced up,and offered to help us. This seemed like a bit of a con , so we said no.... several times, but he was quite insistent and ended up grabbing Liz's bag and running on to the train. By the time we caught up he had thrown it up ...