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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... next 12 days. The Island Princess is the biggest cruise ship we have been on, with a capacity of about 3,000 people. We find our way to our respective cabins, and am very happy with our balcony cabin on level 12. We unpack, go for a walk to find the various areas of importance, like where do we eat, then meet up with our travelling companions for a pre-dinner drink. A little later there is more queueing for a dinner table, then Alita and I rush off to see the first, of what I ...
... looking for them and being disappointed we ended up heading back to our first location with the helpful happy gentleman. He laughed and was pleased to see we returned! Apologizing that the room was up four flights of stairs he helped us carry are loaded bags up, took both our bikes and stored one in the lobby bathroom and the other in the linen closet "if it's okay for you, it's perfect for me" he ...
Rex and I slept like logs last night after our exhausting day yesterday, but woke early this morning as today is the day! Yes, after nearly two years of planning the day has arrived! It dawned warm and humid, as only the Med can, with the promise of yet more heat. The five of us decided we’d have breakfast in Civitavecchia, so set off in search of coffee. I hadn’t actually walked around the port town before. Rex ...
... 8217;s Nest bar for drinks and used the first of our ‘Free fifteen’ package – yes, 15 free drinks of any sort to the value of $8 each per day. Yes, 15 per day! We only managed one during that hour, we were too busy participating in the quiz and we came second and afterwards got chatting to two English women so the time flew. And Chris and I went through the list of activities happening on Wednesday, there ...
... told us was for the fast train in Italy … handy to know
From Orvieto, it was a few minutes drive to Bagnoregio which like other cities in the area was a beautiful old town with lots of old houses and buildings. As we motored away from the main part of the town, the roads narrowed and some streets were at right angles to each other … definitely no large buses in here ! We rounded the corner of the road and saw a steep drop ...