- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Apparently there are no rules of the road in Italy. Whoever gets there first wins! There are very few lane markers on the road and even the center line doesn't seem to matter. Our driver even went around the circle the wrong way. And scooters live by no rules at all. We arrrived safely to the Westin Excelsior. Room wasn't ready so we did some walking around the park. We stopped for ...
When I boarded for the 15h flight to Abu Dhabi, I was anxious and couldn't even find my seat. I wasn't anticipating a fun journey but I met some interesting people on the way. Firstly there was my neighbour who was fluently in many languages, a frequent flyer and had stories to tell. We became friends with our closest flight attendant and during the flight, she gave us extra treats as well as attended to ...
... as he would have bought some more.
Soon it is time for Fred to pick us up and we see a few more sights including where the chariot races were held and the Spanish steps. Rory had one wish in Rome and that was to see the Mouth of truth and he was very lucky as Fred took us there. It was only a short wait and then Rory was able to have his picture taken and he even put his hand in the mouth. He still has his hand thankfully. ...
... fear Florence won't be much better.
I miss Greek sweets. Maybe I’ll try find a kebab shop and hope they have something. Busking in the train?! Jeepers. That's a bit much. First I thought oh cool music on the metro then I saw the poor looking girl walking round with a cup and an accordion. I've decided it's not in my nature to support such acts. Maybe some exceptions. Real talent for one!! The poor little girl really didn’t want to be doing ...
... suitcases along the cobbled streets to the metro stop only to find….. STAIRS……… lots of them. Just as I despaired the doorman for the hotel by the station carried them down. We GRAZIED many times.
The metro was crowded but nothing compared to the bus. A man and woman pushed past me and got on so I was prepared to stand my ground the next time. A woman tried to cram past but I wouldn't let her. I was climbing up and she ...