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- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... squeeze for 2. Anyway we ordered our bolognese and settled in to enjoy our pasta, though too bad if we'd wanted salt and pepper like every other table - it would seem they aren't for foreigners. Our pastas were ok, though the tomato in the tomato sauce seemed to be lacking. We got on our way again and finally arrived at our cars destination for the day - La Spezia. We packed some light overnight bags and went to board a train for our final destination for the day - Vernazza, one of ...
... St Peter's basilica? The inside is so huge and ornate it takes your breath away. There's marble everywhere. There's stay-tues, as Marco calls them, and there is the unmistakable architecture genius of Michelangelo. "There is a lot of debate about thisa building." says Marco. "They say the Catholic church was a fighting with the protestants so they built a this church to say 'hey look a this. Maybe you all come back to us no?'" It seems some things just never change.
... washing and said be back in an hour and a half and that will be €12 which is what staying and doing it myself would cost. I am a little cheesed off as when got home my shorts are missing. I went back but alas no idea. Dinner was at a little backstreet restaurant where I ate rabbit and Tony had steak with leek and ...
... living in our area during the Renaissance. The name "Spanish Steps" derives from the presence of the Spanish Embassy located at the bottom. Below is a photo of the Spanish Embassy as one walks west from the Spanish Steps.
Below pictured is Via Condotti, named for old roman water pipes found during excavation. This is the Rodeo Drive of Rome. Just to the east is the residence of the poet Keats who resided there in ...
... there for 3 hours before jumping on the train to PISA.
As you can tell from this rather negative entry, I didnt really enjoy rome. It may have been more enjoyable if we had a nice cool place to retreat to in the evenings after a day sightseeing in the heat. Italian waiters/customer service people seemed to be ruder than French waiters, and tried to rip me off several times. There are so many souvineer shops and people trying ...