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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... through the attractive hills of the Sicilian heartland, to the island’s Capital on its coast with the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Following Andrea’s instructions, I took public bus No. 107 from the railway station situated next to the bus terminal and alighted five stops later at the Roma Poste building on Via Roma. I turned left on Via Bara All’Olivella, walking until Teatro Massimo and around it to leafy Via Volturno, finding 'A casa di Ami’ on the first floor ...
... interesting old buildings and plenty more empty houses, some new and some old. The depression of this economy is really apparent. But, then again, there are some very huge costly "mansions" that can be seen built on the hillsides.
Part way to Rome, we stopped at an "Auto Grill," which is a gas station and eating area for travelers. I had a slice of pizza, and I thought ...
Off we go today for sightseeing in the historical city of Rome. We took some nice breakfast if chocolate filled croissant and coffee Ela prepared for us and she showed us the directions to get to Franky's shop so he can get us a map and explained more about what to see in Rome. We took the metro to Otaviano ( Vatican City ) and found Franky's souvenir shop just outside the walls of Vatican City. He gave us a 1995 map of Rome in French which ...
... card tomorrow, as I'm not sure when the wifi will be fixed...
The rest of the trip went well, and we arrived in Rome a little late but not too bad. My hotel is pretty much just around the corner from the station, so it was nice and easy to find. Settled in for a bit and then headed out to find some dinner. There's a lot of restaurants and cafés around here, so I picked one at random and had a very nice gnocci with fried broccoli and black pepper - I have ...
... so I didn't stay long, and lined up to get back down. By this time I was receiving SOS text messages and face book messages from Jess, and it was another 20 minute climb back down to get to her. I eventually found her all hot and flustered, dying of heat exposure on a balcony outside. We then descended back down to see the rest of the Vatican and it took about 5 minutes before we lost each other again. Jess went on a nice tour by herself and saw everything, while I walked ...