La Riserva di Castel d'Appio
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... weaved through the stalls. I was really hoping to find a good pair of boots - so I was scanning every booth for the particular style I'm searching for. We turned a corner and saw a HUGE crowd at a purse booth. Crowds at a flea market are like long lines at a pastry shop. It must mean there is a good deal or delicious baked good waiting for you! So, Conor wished me luck as I dove through the crowd to get an up-close look at these purses. I wasn't familiar with ...
... deal and ended up as you always do going for the first one you come across! We walked for about an hour and when we went back to the original one (Calypso) a woman was on the desk who was not going to honour our previous quote provided by the man at first....ahhhhhh we begged, we said oh he was going to give it us for 65 euro, brekkie included...from 85...she was like no rooms left sorry.....nightmare...after much pleading she said she had a room with ...
... of filth off our bodies after a night in a dirty cheap roadside trucker hotel in France; and by the afternoon we had seen the riches of Monte Carlo from the cliffs above, driven into the Italian mountains following a stranger we met at the traffic lights, to an eco-village community full of hippies and listened to passionate talk about why the world is in it’s current diabolical state. We really didn’t know yet whether to call it luck or stupidity. ...
... a lot of damage to their front or rear side panels. You'd think it would be a panelbeater's dream, but once there's some damage, I don't think people bother, they just go with the inevitable flow. We've also learnt the art of negotiating zebra crossings. It's only marginally safer than crossing anywhere else, but we do use them, the logic being that if we die on a zebra crossing the kids might get some sort of compensation. You have to stand on the ...
... one around, not a soul. In fact, the entire train station was pretty much dead at 21:00, or 9:00 p.m. for you Americans. Weird. There was a number you could call for a taxi, but our international phone was dead, because it can't seem to keep a charge when it's just sitting there off in your purse. So, we went back into the empty station to look for another door out that would lead to civilization. A surprisingly difficult task. The station is built into the hill that is ...