- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... taken yet - in a ferry boat, though we weren't at the airport to fly, but to pick up a car! It was here that we began to suspect that abysmal customer service might be an Italy wide thing. The girl at the counter was rude and unhelpful and we were all of a mind to suggest that if she hates people so much that maybe she ought to change careers to anything that doesn't involve interaction with others. After several delays at the check in counter to which her assistance had to ...
... less still a cool sight to see, especially at night!
That night we headed back to the hostel and collapsed for an early night as we had the plane to Mykonos the following day at 10am...Real miracle we have managed to catch all our pre paid transport tickets...Some have been near misses too!
I really hope I visit Rome again sooner than the last time, but this time I think Al and I would agree it is a place we'd like an experienced traveller or local to take ...
... reserved for use by the Pope or Cardinals in the Vatican. Amazing frescoes and mosaic floors were in every room, giving us reason to take our time and just enjoy all we were seeing. We stumbled upon the "School of Athens" painting done by Raphael and eventually made it to the Sistine Chapel. This chapel is not only significant for its paintings done by Michelangelo, but for the fact that it is still used by the Pope and Cardinals ...
... district. Beautiful piazza (biggest one anywhere) and Duomo. Not much going on at night, except for the soccer game a couple of blocks from our hotel. Looks like it's a big deal and we wonder outloud if we should go and how to get tickets. We're tired from our drive and decide not to pursue it. Next morning we decide not to stay another night. We did the Duomo and museum and blew out of town. We had no agenda, no reservations, but decide to head to the little towns in ...
... our bags through and headed to the security check. After passing all the checks we were back to waiting for our flight.
I had a little snooze on Brendan whilst he read his book and then it was finally time to board!
This leg would be 2 hours long and would take us to Paris, where we would be in transit for another 2 hours. Upon arriving in Paris, after the most terrifying turbulence I've ever experienced (cumulo nimbus storm apparently), we vibered Megan and Kevin to say ...