Imperium Suite Navona
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... where Jarrod and I picked up some of the most delicious Turkish delight I've ever had), and took the tube to Camden Town (where Amy Winehouse lived and died) to see the markets. It was piiiiissing down. Looked through a few t-shirt stands, and then I just had to get out of the rain so Jarrod and I decided to try the cafe we've been seeing everywhere - Pret A Manger.... I'd love to know how many of these there are in London. ...
... any way they want. Straight, back, sideways, angle on curb, double-parked or in the middle of the road (but if you have your hazards on that makes it ok). Souvenirs such as pictures of the pope, books on Africa, wooden giraffes and jumping cartoon characters are proudly displayed everywhere. The streets are littered with many cafés, pizzerias and buffets.
A few ...
... out later though. A weird thing I noticed at school was that everyone leaves their umbrellas out on the front porch of the building, there were probably 200 drying there...of course I carried mine inside with me and dripped water everywhere. I'm not sure if that is the normal thing to do but I'll have to figure that one out. Now that classes have begun Ill probably only be posting once per week. This weekend myself Sarah Angela and Christina are ...
... buildings, museums and the zoo. We strolled around the gardens, napped under a tree and then headed home once again. We organised ourselves for the early trip to florence the next day and also cooked ourselves some dinner. It's a real treat to have a kitchen, we really miss cooking for ourselves. Salad is often as expensive as a main meal in restaurants so we don't eat it as much as we hope, so when we are able to buy it from the shops I get so excited I ...
... stalls to get back to the bus, all within an hour. A bit of an anticlimax, but I suppose you gotta see it if you are in the area, so we did. Tick.
Last Italian stop was in La Spezia, gateway to the beautiful Cinque Terre in the northwest. Found our place which turned out to be really good for a change, and the host said it was the food and wine festival on the next two nights, which we couldn't have timed better if we tried. Went down for lunch and a look around, then ...