Il Giardino Di Gust'E
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Continental Breakfast
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... the bags. Orly is not very well sign posted I must say. I knew we didn't have to stand in the long queue we were standing in but I couldn't see a sign that said bag drop....only check in. So I send David off to do his thing and sure enough he waves us over to an empty counter and in a few minutes we are done. Travelling with my hubby definitely has its advantages sometimes, as Scott is quickly learning.
Paris security....I won't even bother ...
Rome!!! A city with so much history, an open book I would say. We definitley spend to little time there. We got there sunday night and took a walking tour of the city. We got to see the pantheon and three of the many squares located near it. The pantheon was amazing. I could not believe I was standing next to two thousand year old building. I even got to ...
... had a bit of planning to do so weren't able to get to bed as early as we would've liked but the hostel was nice and quiet and the wifi connection was good.
We had decided to hang around for an extra day in Rome so that we could book in for the high demand tour of the Ancient Crypts and the earliest tour that had availability wasn't until the afternoon. With the morning to kill we got up and went for a jog along the river that wasn't far from our hostel. It's so hard to ...
Today was Richard's last day of driving and we were hoping that it would not be too bad getting into Rome. We bid farewell to our "country farm" - though we suspect it is more BnB than working farm nowadays given the state of the vineyards. Though we aren't vineyard people of course, so maybe we have it wrong. Stefano gave us two huge tomatoes in return for his Australia tea towel, and we ate these over the next two breakfasts. They were full ...
... br> Robert
Well its our last day in Rome and we have a busy itinerary. Robyn spent the time before breakfast putting together a route for the day which lasted precisely until we left the room. First stop for the day became Palatine Hill, the birthplace of Rome. First fail of the day - the Roma card only allows single entry into a museum and we have already used it to walk around the Roman Forum which shares an entry with the hill. So we ended up having to ...