- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we have had our first day of really rainy weather and the compression of people into enclosed and under cover spaces has really accentuated just the prolific amount of smoking that occurs over here. We are on our way to Rome today on a high speed train and when we stopped at each station the cabin would get this smokey smell from all of the embarking passengers who would have been chain smoking on the platform in preparation for their train to arrive. It ...
... mowing the lawns !
Any way, found an espresso , more sugar, had to make a decision what to do next.
We walked to Plaza del Popolo, below the gardens in old Rome. Then off to town. , needed cash and to find an ATM was very difficult. We're cross with each other for a bit, separate sides of the road, no friggin ATM but did find Shelly and Keats hang out,,, closed at the time, ...
... Spanish Steps and Pantheon so we did all that in the afternoon! The architecture in Rome is just seriously incredible. We were there in off-season and everything was still packed. I could never even imagine it in the summer! We were so tired after this day that we opted to go back to where we were staying and figure out dinner plans. Bridget had heard of this place that was fairly close to us that was apparently incredible. ...
... to the train station. Mom and I got on the train soon after arriving and were off to Rome! Our last stop on this Italian tour.
The train ride was good, though mom and I had to sit apart from each other. I used the time in the tunnels to write postcards. The train ride was beautiful. And a little mysterious. There were times we popped out that were so foggy you could barely see, and the next one could be complete sun, then back to fog!
... stamp and sent them off to the folks back home. From there it was back on the Hop-On and back to the hotel, although rather close, well next door to be precise I thought I would leave St Peters until the following morning. Did I enjoy my visit to the Vatican, well no I did not in fact I would go as far as to say it was one big rip off.
I am really getting into the continual breakfast thing, a little different to half a dozen cancer sticks along ...
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