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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... to Fort Lauderdale or Miami but more lush. Temperature was very warm 20 degrees. Turns out Troy won't need the big jacket he insisted on bringing. We checked in the hotel and then did some exploring. Got lost a few times. When back to the hotel for a little nap, then did some more exploring.
... windows/walls on the roof top. We arrived about 15mins before Adam and Jess. Not long after they arrived we were welcomed with a cocktail and a pre entree. We were a little shocked to know that after each of us spending 380euro each for the ticket, that we only got 2 bottles of wine to drink for the group. After we finished those bottles, we had to buy additional bottles of wine if we were to continue to drink. So the rest of the night up to NYE, was us talking about ...
... our way to the other side. Walking along this part of the city really made me miss home and living by the canal. I was, however, pretty happy to be getting a taste of fall colours as it may be one of my favourite times of year.
Speaking of favourites Dad and I started to walk through a very cute area of Rome called Traversterre. It was all uneven cobble stone roads and walk ways with tons of roadside cafes and restaurants, local vendors and small shops. Instantly ...
... with a view of the Pantheon, but were lucky enough to be given a top floor room with a balcony and the most sensational view of the Piazza and the Pantheon itself. We unpacked while constantly staring out of the open balcony doors, while we were serenaded by the buskers down below. It was wonderful to hear Stairway to Heaven with such a backdrop, although as ...
... etc so old the oldest parts are dated in BC is awe inspiring. You could literally just sit there all day & stare at the ruins. After the forum I discovered you can buy a book that shows you what it was like during imperial roman times & you flip the plastic away & it shows you the ruins as the are today. I would recommend buying the book to refer to while walking through the ruins as it shows you what it was like & you don't need to try & imagine it ...