Carlito's Way Hotel and Hostel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... Started in the 13th century, this beautiful, church is decorated on all sides by intricate designs in pink, green and white marble. The famous and ground-breaking masonery dome is a brick color. It is so stunning and very popular as there are now at just before 9:30 am lines curling around the buliding - people waiting for the 10 am opening in the already steamy air & shining sun... after deciding that we don't have the time (11:00 check out) or ...
... his forehead and nose. Overnight in hospital and back on deck again today looking fine apart from the nose plaster and patch-ups.
After dinner there was a solo musician who played a mix of Traditional Irish stuff and old pop songs which sounded like Traditional Irish stuff. That went until 3am apparently. We sensibly escaped earlier, but we marvelled at our fellow guests' stamina!
This morning was all about goodbyes. ...
... it until after 1 pm. Evidently there are cameras everywhere and we may receive a fine in the mail! The GPS managed to send us in the wrong direction up one way streets until we decided to ditch Lee and the car and find it on foot. It ended up being only 100 metres from where we parked. Our lovely host then took Lee to a free park outside the walled city where you can use ...
... tired from the day before.
This morning we got up at 6 for breakfast. We had to get up so early because we were leaving for Rome at 7. We were going to see the Forum and the Coliseum. The Roman Forum is like nothing I have ever seen. It is an area spread over many, many acres and hold the ruins of several key governmental buildings. There were ruins to the ancient Roman Curia that would have housed the Senate. There were ruins of a temple to Julius Caesar, where our ...
... a summit in 1994. I don’t care about that at all, but the pizza was amazing! A little soggy in the middle, crispy at the edges, with the most unbelievably good sauce I’ve ever tasted. Yum! After dinner, we walked around the bustling shopping district and tried a variety of treats and pastries, none of which we particularly liked. They have a Christmas pastry called a "ba ba" everywhere; it’s a bit like a ...