Hotel Isola Bella
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We arrived at a new stay and this place looks so medieval and I loved it.
The first thing we did was went out for a walk around town.
We ended up seeing a really old ampitheatre it was so small and cute. I loved it too.
But mum said down the street was a really big one.
So we walked down the street and we found it.
It was so old and the cool thing is, is that they still use it now.
... place for Catholics after the site of Jesus’ birth in Nazareth. The forecourt of the Basilica is the sprawling, colonnaded Saint Peters Square, centred by an obelisk (which dates back to 13th century B.C. Egypt and transported to Rome in 37 A.D.!!), said to mark the spot where Saint Peter was martyred.
We reached the Vatican to find thousands in the Square attending Mass. It was a commemorative service to honour 200 years of the Carabinieri, ...
... how sweet) I say, her reply, with a wry smile 'paziencia'. Up the 80 steps for the last time, dinner, reading, bed. Set out about 9.30 am this time to the fresh-food market we heard of ,again taking advantage of predicted fine morning weather, Corso Umberto quiet. Asked directions from an elderly man who, it transpired, was a very bright-eyed and fit 89 yr old who started and continued chatting non-stop as he accompanied us most of the ...
... hotel for the next two nights. The hotel used to be an old Monastery and was turned into a hotel in 1896. It is very grand and very beautiful. We were upgraded to a room with a terrace overlooking the water - very nice! We waited for our bags to be delivered to the room then went to have a look around the hotel and to find the pool because Jack thought he might have a swim later. We found a lively little restaurant ...
... to go deaf the way she listens to music; her iPhone was on the highest volume setting and thus her earphones were so loud that I could hear every word of every song she was listening to. Between her music, Claudia's music, the music on the radio, and the incessant beeping that the car made because Claudia's dad doesn't wear his seatbelt, I could barely hear myself think. At one ...