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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... Tel Aviv tonight. The bag probably would arrive tomorrow.....sure enough, the bag had gone to Budapest!
The bag and I were reunited in Florence, two days later. The airport officer told us "this happens with El-Al all the time, however the bags usually do turn up, well that was reassuring. So much for Israel security though, they can load bags on wrong aircraft, it seems and do it frequently!!
We spent one last night in ...
... some more monumenty things representing heroes of the past. I have to say it wasn't that good but it kept us dry so it was alright. After that we went wandering and shopping amongst the millions of shops that lined the busy streets. Got some bargains and then headed back before the rain came again. That night we walked to the pantheon which looked pretty amazing light up against the night sky! It was quite overwhelming how big and ...
... Palentine Hill," which was where the high rollers of society lived before the birth of Christ. Ancient forums were held as Emperors of the time would walk through their mosaic courtyards. A large paddock here of broken down bricks that needed a hit of roundup. This place could be so much more if they replaced the poorly labeled site cards with pictures of what might have been during the day. You can argue that "it's untouched....." But then you'll walk around the corner and see ...
... we were headed. Neil worked his magic to find the address and we made our way into a tiny place with homemade pasta. Neil had tortellini with meat sauce and Maria tried the gnocchi with a red basil sauce. Then it was onto a gelato place. We were warned to avoid any of the ones with neon signs, but this one was definitely authentic. Two scoops each and the pistachio was our favorite. Piazza Navona was beautiful, with 3 fountains, more ...
... head and looked at me as if to say, “Oh no.” He knew what my inquiries meant…GAME ON!! The girl rubbed me the wrong way from the start. Her voice was super annoying and her head started moving all over the place like a bobble head doll when she was trying to get others to buy into what she was saying. She asked what we were doing for the day, and I said we were starting in Vatican City followed by ancient Rome. My gut reaction about ...