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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... br> But things have changed.
First of all, we were on an Airbus A380. It’s a giant plane, with two decks and the capability of handling more than 500 passengers.
We were lucky enough to be in business class, which is on the upper deck. The seats were a bit hard, but had a zillion controls, allowing us to recline various parts of our bodies. On our TV screen we could watch our flight’s progress from ...
... hasn't this place been used for? This is a beautiful castle with many additions throughout the years. During one of the sacks of Rome, the pope had to flee and stay here for 7 months.
11. Piazza del Popolo/Santa Maria del Popolo Basilica- If you have read the book and/or watched the movie "Angels and Demons", then this is one church that is in the story. There are eerie busts of skeletons and skull and crossbones on the floors. ...
... a mid morning snack of pizza bianco or pizza Rosso, bianco is just plain flatbread, Rosso has tomato sauce on. These are either eaten plain or with a little filling like a pizza sandwich - we tried a mortadella. We then went on into the Jewish quarter where persuading the bakery to sell you anything is nearly as difficult as in London where they change the pronunciation of challah daily like a Yiddish password. Their specialty was a baked ricotta cheese cake. We then ...
... reading about and spotted a 'cut the queue' buy your tickets here and did, though I wasn't sure quite how it worked and the people I bought it from didn’t speak much English. Anyway I don't even want to explain it all it was hot, confusing, long lines, too many people and people being helpful and not helpful at the same time. Now I think I paid nearly double to cut the queue. One guy made me feel that I wouldn’t get into the Sistine chapel. Made ...
... and simplicity. It has 4 equal arms of the cross which is what he designed St Peters to be but someone else decided to elongate the main part. It is only a small part of the original Baths of Diocletian but gives an idea of how large they were. It was great talking to James, Graeme and Alicia this morning. It had been too long. Off for a real Roman dinner and then tomorrow we are going for a bike ride down the Tiber River on what looks to be quite a nice bike ...