Sunbay Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunbay Park Hotel Civitavecchia
Nice clean rooms. Upgraded to Oceanview. Had a wonderful dinner with our friends Ed and MJ. Fur course meal with a fabulous Mille fiore desert.
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Today we are going to board our ship to take us across the Atlantic and back home to our family and friends. It has been a wonderful adventure but we must leave Europe and plan the next great adventure. More about that next blog. We take a hired car to the cruise port in Civitavecchia and we can see our ship just waiting at the port for us. I have mentioned before and will keep mentioning how the airlines and airports really, really need to come and see what the ...
... 8am. We land at 1pm, so we get a rousing 4 hours of sleep, if that, all in the daytime. I’m glad this is my deepest worry at the moment. :>)
All was well with food and sleep. A champagne snack, tomatoes and mozzarella, a mixed green salad, grilled scallops, all washed down with a couple nice glasses of St. Emilion. I slept like a dream, a bumpy noisy dream but a dream. After getting FastTrak’d through ...
... printed each night and snapped up like a hot chip spotted by a seagull! We lunched outside on deck in tbe sun before retiring to our cabin for a brief nap. At 3.15pm, we attended our second compulsory passenger emergency safety drill, where they actually roll-call every passenger's name - all 1988! We are shown our lifeboat which is suspended above our heads, while I idly wonder what would happen if it fell.... At dinner, we sat with a lovely Welsh couple, Dillis ...
... in the 70's... ( we're told it has erupted on average every 50 years Years ). ..it's now overdue for the next one.... Well, Pompeii did not disappoint, the history is mind blowing. To think the place was undiscovered until the 1700's under 40 feet of ash, and most of the city is still beneath the town...as we were told, Italy is broke and they cannot afford to recover or dig for the ancient ruins or remains. With so many tourists visiting Pompeii the ruins are ...
... the 6 pieces of luggage down one deck to a handy empty space, then Syd carried one bike down the stairs and brought the other one down in an empty lift that Val had captured when it disgorged its passengers on A deck. We loaded the bikes, checked out of the ship for the last time, wheeled the bikes down the gangway and sauntered past the passengers milling around looking for their luggage and others in the long queues for the free shuttle buses out of the dock area. ...