- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... I'm so inspired I might just get a little 'city bike' with a little ****** basket on the front and ride down to Safeway to get my ******* milk and bread when I get home. Then when everyone can see me eating bread and pasta every day and they say 'how do you stay trim and eat carbs?' I'll say 'because I get off my fat **** and take the stairs instead of the elevator'. I do realise the reason I am climbing stairs all day is because there is no option of an elevator and inevitably ...
... and Churches. There are so many sights to see here, we doubt that we have enough time to see them all. Highlights have included; S.Maria in Trastevere (church), The Pantheon, Castel Sant Angelo, Fontana di Trevi, Santa Maria de Angeli (Basilica). Tomorrow we are off to the ...
... each day, and I guess the escape from everyday reality, as well as enjoying the great times we have together. But at the end of this the thought struck me that God wants all my life to be special, each and every day with Him, and so I need to look on each day for the adventures it will bring from the small pleasures and the love of the familiarity to the surprises and 'big things'; and to live each day in the same attitude as I do when travelling. (And that's the end of my philosophising!!)
... looking at you, giving a shrug and allowing you through. They didn’t even stamp our passports.
On the other side of the gate we met Patricia, our guide for the afternoon, who escorted us to our coach and gave us a bit of a tour of the outskirts of Rome as we drove to our hotel. Not the grandest of places. Very small rooms and bathrooms, but comfortable non-the-less.
We all got given our keys and headed ...