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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and we figured out as we passed Orvieto we were being told about the St Patrick's well designed in the 16th century with two spiral stairways down 175 feet. Donkeys had to be able to go down and up with the water. It took 10 years to build so that we decided was optimism in well digging. Finally we got the dictionary out, the camera for photos and the iPad to show grandchildren. We declined to share their lunch and bade good bye when we reached Rome.
... buffet style) and mains quickly followed with lots of laughter the 7:30 start quickly became 11pm !!! Pudding was an interesting affair, with Robin asking the waiter for a translation of the menu, apparently apart from Tiramisu everything else was fruit , or so the waiter said "Fruit, mixed fruit, mushroom fruit, fruit and mush and obviously fruit !!!" I opted for chocolate torte ! With high spirits (and limoncello) we made our way back through the busy streets to our ...
... arranged them through the Bishop's office. We were told to pick them up the day before between 3 & 7 at the North American Pontifical College and given explicit directions. It is located near the Trevi Fountain so the directions were full of left and right turns on tiny streets that didn't appear on our map! We found the place, a smiling nun opens the door at three and says "We're sorry but the tickets have not arrived yet. We expect them in about 45 minutes. You ...
... out. We were happy to be together, but the Americans and Canadians really did attach themselves to each other. By the end of the evening we began admitting to each other, our discomfort at the behaviour of the others. They had requested that we stop the tour so they could go shopping. They screamed out loud when we walked by a shoe shop and were deafening when they saw a dress shop. A small group quietly separated itself and walked by Laetizia so we could hear her commentary. We ...
... at 3pm, so we trekked to a nearby Metro. We were shocked to find it wasn’t open AT ALL. So strange that the public transport shuts down on Christmas! We at least thought some trains would have been running. Instead, we caught a taxi, and farewelled the lovely ladies at the Termini station. Joanna will see them again in Barcelona, but I might have to visit their hometown Aachen sometime next year!
Joanna and I ...