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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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A great Hotel, perfect location and particularly helpful staff. Excellent value for money.
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Our last day/night in Italy. Well after 5 weeks of travelling around north Italy we have finally come to the end. We decided to spend the last night at Fiumicino so we were close to the airport for tomorrows departure and we did not think we needed more time in Rome central. We arrived, on a perfect winters day (clear blue sky, not a breath of …
... As I am writing this, we are waiting 8 hours in transit in Rome on our way to Romania. We also had the whole of the Manchester City football team walk past us in the flight lounge and I managed to get a photo with one of the players (didn't have any idea of who the people were at the time, just thought I'd join in with everyone else taking photos with them) feel free to tell me who he is haha. Will write next once I have settled in Romania ...
... I catch the shuttle back to the hotel.
Dianne and I wander out to the town later to get some tea, we find a place selling calamari and chips, nice and fresh. We have that sitting on the balcony with a couple of beers for me and Dianne and it is a very pleasant end to the day.
Tomorrow we all fly off separate ways with Dianne and the kids back in Australia on Monday night at 10:30.
... to prevent further collapse.
The tour also included the Palatine Hill, which is the birthplace of Rome, and was the home of every Roman Emperor. I enjoyed this part of Rome greatly. It was one of the few beautiful spots I saw during my stay. We toured the area where the Emperors’ grand palaces used to stand, and some ruins remain to this day. Interestingly, the word “palace” actually originates from Palatine where they were located. The ...
... revisited the Colisseum . It's amazing to walk where people have for well over 2,000 years. After 5 hours our feet were tired. Caught a taxi back to Piazza di Popolla and found a great lunch on a side alley. We had checked menus overlooking the Piazza, but found much better value just off. I had a lovely antipasta of grilled vegetables drizzled with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. I followed it with a Risotto in Prawn Sauce. With a ...