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- Continental Breakfast
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- Multilingual staff
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... and food, and finally people, though much later than it should be. In fact, we are queueing to board as the final boarding call is crackling over the airport PA speaker. Finally en route to Rome, we discover that Air Canada is not as bad as some reviews have made it out to be, but it could be better. Turns out that the entertainment system IS free after downloading the app, and they DO play movies on the main ...
... families doing it, mothers and children. It was kind of sad but then I saw them doing it to an old couple and demanding money. I am shocked the police don't intervene but then again I doubt that would really help as these people are evidently so poor they have no other means but to pray on vulnerable people. It took about an hour to get ...
... lines in both and get a better historical background. I took her offer and I am extremely glad that I did. My tour guide was a retired archeologist whose main worksites were the palatine hill and the forum. The tour was awesome and I saw both places in their entirety within about 3.5 hours, counting the 45 minutes of free time we received at the colosseum to explore on our own. After the tour, I made my way back north to see the Area Sacra (or as I call ...
... a very hot, tight climb up those last windy, tight stairs to the top! After a rest and a glass of vino on the convent terrace ( with spectacular view of the colosseum and the statues atop of the Vittoriano Monument ), we wonderful entertaining dinner near the Spanish Stairs. Today we started out looking for a place to have a more substantial breakfast than what the nuns provide, but instead found ourselves settling for a faux Denver ...
... Cycloposse. This is a less touristed area of Italy but full of ancient walled towns influenced by successive dynasties of Greeks, Romans, Normans and Spanish. We will be riding in the undulating plateau area of Le Merge and the southern most Salentine peninsula. This area has undulating hills that will then give way to very flat terraine, much to Andy’s chagrin and my concealed excitement. If you want big hills, you go to Tuscany, and if you want mountains, you go to the ...