Villa Le Sorgenti
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... expensive. They make around 2000 cakes of soap each day and we saw some duck shaped ones that had the beaks hand painted.
Once again we saw Monarco. There are 5 members of the senate to help Prince Albert. There are also 37 police for every citizen and 7 prisoners in the prison which is located near the aquarium. The loos in the Cafe de Paris automatically rotate and disinfect the toilet seat after each use. Quite unnerving.
From Eze we made our ...
Day 1: we scoff down our last breakfast in Rome and say "grazie" to our local barista before lugging our backpacks on to the trains to Roma Termini.
Right before we get off we witness our first attempt at pick pocketing. This man gets on with the crowd and pushes up against a man wearing cargo shorts, he shamelessly puts his hand in the pockets but comes up empty then he jumps off at the next stop. The man wearing the cargo shorts must have felt himself being pick pocketed and ...
... that stuck out from the wall, and you literally take a shower on the bathroom floor, no curtain, no shower over bath, just you, the showerhead, and the entire bathroom.
At least this shower had good water pressure, but the sensation of soggy feet AFTER the shower drove me absolutely pazzi. YUK!
The last time I’d been to Italy was a good 7 years ago, and that was purely to visit my family in Calabria, a small town surrounded by mountains and ...
We had two major accomplishments today! We found the Termini train station and our Hotel Casci in Florence without getting lost. Life is good! We started the morning with the special warm croissants that Mario makes for breakfast as well as cereal, yogurt and cafe americano for Dani and cappuccino for me. After saying goodbye to Mario (we promised we would be back), we headed to the Termini train station. Travel travel in Europe is ...
... leather; he showed us the tool they use and how he could easily put it on anything, real or synthetic). He said (and I still have to verify if this is true) that for it to be 100% genuine leather the tag deeming so should be sewn into the stitching of the bag, which mine is.
- His bags were clearly sorted into real and synthetic, whereas most other merchant had them all mixed. Also, he did not have any "Prada" or "Gucci" (quotation ...