- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... inside was wonderful. Part of the church had been made into a small museum of the articles used in it over the centuries. There is a painting on wood that was done in 1315. The paint has been touched up a bit over the last 700 years, but the timber is genuine.
Down the street to a cafe for a nice leisurely lunch. Good food and wine in a lovely setting. We sat at an outside table and were the only ...
Excellent trip to Newark airport and plane flight. Drove four hrs to this town in Cinque Terre the last half hour a harrowing winding road. Hotel magnificent with stunning Mediterranean views from our private garden high above hills. Lovely management. Lunch and dinner in town crowded during day and charmingly less so in ...
... on a spritz to toast our first day in Rome.
We stopped at ‘American La Dolce Vita’ on Via Andrea Doria. Here, the waitress gave us two plates each of a cold pasta salad and a plate of mini pizzette with savoury pastries.
The bar, which hosted its guests with tables on the pavement, was filled with locals enjoying an enchanting spring evening. And, as we sipped on the drinks, this perfect drink embodied our joy of a successful first ...
... and check in at the camp ground and have dinner there at 7.30 so it was a quick turn around. The camp ground is really big and there were hundreds of people there. Mostly groups from other bus tours and seemed to be lots of kids as well that must be on school trips. After dinner we were pretty shattered so we headed straight to bed because we had to be up for breakfast at 7.00am again to leave at ...
... to see the painting by Caravaggio that is inside and also to see the crypt where bones of 4000 friars are arranged in a mosaic (on a panel nearby it reads, "what you are now, we were, what we are now, you shall be.")!
I got a little turned around looking for this final stop, made a few wrong turns and walked farther than I needed to walk. It was the Trevi Fountain. Betty and I walked to it last Friday evening. I guess I was hoping that ...
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