Hotel Restaurant Rome
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... ll see in my pictures. The place was larger inside then it looked like on the outside (pic 2). See if you can find the one person in this picture. The arena is still in use for, among other things, bull fighting. That was kinda upsetting and I skipped that part of the audio guide. However, this did mean that we were free to climb all over everything. I made my way up to the very top, not as easy as it sounds since the “steps” were ...
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... it home to Melbourne. Then again returned to Barca and Pezenas in September 2013 and finally it took its place framed on the wall here. But I want to enjoy it everyday at home, now in Canberra. Could this be the most well travelled poster anywhere. Alas, not this year. It will remain here for another year. I didn't have that much spare room. Lunch is at la Poisson Verre with the delightful young waitress I experienced during my first week. ...
... were involved in WW2 out of a population of 1.72Million, this was way out of proportion with most other countries and something to be proud of. When the rooms were reopened to be restored they found rationed sugar that had been saved in a drawer by a worker, which was now on display, the kids now had some appreciation of rations. With a bite to eat in the café we went above ground and carried on our walking day through St James Park where the blossom, daffodils ...
... before getting back on our speed machine to follow the coast some more. We kept to the coastal road and stopped a couple of times and went as far as Menton before we turned back and went inland slightly and ended up by sheer luck at a place called Eze. Here it had a small village like St Michel and Carcassonne Castle but instead of shops it had numerous little restaurants and art shops situated all the way up steep cobbled narrow streets. We soon made tracks again and headed back ...