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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... dinner we ate at the Trattoria 4 Leoni, also known as the 4 Lions restaurant, recommended by Sean's coworker Karen Ludwig. For the first course, Catherine and Sean both ate the spinach and avocado with peanuts insalate, or salad. On the second course, Catherine ate tortellini with asparagus and Sean ate the rice with mushrooms. The third course was grilled chicken in olive oil. For dessert Sean and Catherine ate cheesecake with ...
... done that before! A quick 1 hour in the air and we were in Florence. And for the first time in a foreign country, we just walked right out of the airport! No immigration, no customs, nada. I know a bunch of EU countries agreed to open borders so you don't get stamped, but I thought they'd at least want to scan passports for records of who came in or something. We picked up our rental car - a cute little manual Lancia (automatics cost more, plus we thought this was a more ...
... and a cuppa then go out for tea and some shopping as nothing closes before 9pm and there are just as many people wandering around at night as there is during the day
we are feeling our first bit of really cold weather that everyone kept telling me about but it is ok as we are rugged up. Most indoor places are really warm and a lot of the time I have to wait outside a shop that Jessie wants to look at as it is too hot and I couldn't be bothered up layering
... got gelatis at place that understood gluten-free - most just shook their head when asked. Had dinner close by on our side of bridge - not as nice as last night. Gini and Nicki sat and listened to buskers on bridge while Christian and I went for walk - Christian loves bartering even if no intention to ...
The time is now 3:30 am here in Regello. Our institute has sadly come to an end. We are about to load the bus and make the 3 hour drive into Rome so that we can catch our flights back to the U.S. Some of us are returning home while others are continuing on a separate journey to other places in Europe. There have been some tears shed but that is to be expected when you experience something so amazing. Most of us know that there are some people who we will never see again after this and ...