Ostia Antica Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in all, a good week. And I'm not saying Rome was bad, but if I had my choice, I think I would definitely visit Florence or Venice first anytime. It just didn't speak to me quite like the other cities have.
This week should also be good, tomorrow we are taking a tour of the Vasari Corridor and then on Thursday we are visiting a high security court room in Florence where we will get to meet a judge and talk about how Italian courts work.
Until next time, ciao!