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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... could ever hold on to but it was fascinating.
Following the tour I headed for Michaelangelo's Trevi Fountain but it was empty of water and covered up for restoration work. Next it was on to the Pantheon followed by the Piazza Navonna where my phone/camera went dead. I decided to slowly make my way back to the apartment stopping for wine at one cafe and dinner in a kosher restaurant by the famous Tiber River that flows through Rome. I had a great meal there ...
... signs to trust a timely arrival at the airport. By traveling routes 7 and 8, the signage was better, that not saying a lot, and I had a better sense of direction going from town to town. That is the key to navigating the roads in Malta, having a keen sense of direction and knowing the basic direction from one traffic circle to the next.
We made pretty good time and as it was Saturday the traffic density was a bit less ...
... is getting married so that we know how far everything is and are sure of knowing where we are going!
We ended up going down a little local road which then just petered out into farmland! Obviously ...
... of the Scourging Pillar; the Holy Sepulchre; and the crib of Jesus. We had seen enough for the day and decided to head back to the hotel for a rest before dinner.
We met Fr. Greg at his favorite restaurant, Abruzzi. Thérèse started her meal with the Antipasti bar, which included all kinds of ...
... station, and the owner of the apartment we were renting kept ringing to ask what time we'd be arriving! We have always found Rome very stressful....
...and this time, the difference was Cathy Douglas! When we arrived at our apartment (upstairs from Cathy and Ian's apartment), Cathy was waving from her window to meet us, and she bustled the kids off for apples and water ...