Hotel Manfredi Suite in Rome
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Day 2 - early evening
As I stood silently from across the Tiber River with my eyes glued on the Castel Sant'Angelo erected a good 200 feet in front of me, I soon realized that the beauty of the Castel was actually the bridge that led to it. Built by Hadrian in 133 AD to access his mausoleum, the Ponte Sant’Angelo was absolutely breathtaking as I admired its round stone arches reflecting on ...
... opened at 6:00am with a long line bang. The flight left on time and so did we. Spain was on our horizon.
Here are some interesting stats:
Our internal flights, Lufthansa from Manchester to Rome (via Munich with a change) and Swiss Air from Rome to Palma de Mallorca (via Zurich with a change) were purchased through Expedia.ca for a total of CA$208 per person including tax. These flights involved five countries – UK, Germany, ...
... know what to look at. Thankfully, Nina was able to point out some of the more particularly interesting items which we probably would have missed otherwise. Eventually we reached the Sistine Chapel.
It was very quiet in the Chapel as there is not supposed to be any talking, but a hard rule to impose with so many people from all over the world. Photos are also not allowed but this rule was also being ignored by some of the tourists so Nina gave ...
... to like tomatoes, I saw the statue of David, went to Cinque Terre and saw Rome in about 12 hours. I was really proud of myself how quickly I learned the city of Florence. I did most of the touring and site seeing by myself since Marge was in class a lot of the time, it was easily done though. I would recommend Italy to anyone!!
I was supposed to be in Rome for a few days but considering I didn't have a pin for my card I had no money and Rome with no money did not work out! ...
... instantly he would
hop in his car and pick me up from my parents house and we would go out
and catch up over drinks in a bar or a club.
To this day, I yearn for the times that he would make laugh over drinks
to such a point that I would have tears coming out of my eyes. We could
talk about anything. He's a chemical engineer working in textile
business owning his own company now, and when we were dating, he also
used to play basketball. He is ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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