Acquedotti Antichi Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is subject to controversy. However, the power of the well known tale of Rome's legendary foundation tends to deflect attention from its actual, and much more ancient, origins.
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... it's very easy to get around. So so so much to see. We've ditched the on off bus and progressed to the local bus. The new outfit combo almost got me rejected from the Vatican, Bacilica, Pope house thingy but if you act dum all is ok. I just kept walking as he made gesture about shoulders or something. I respect religion but that's over the top. No lines and straight In We went. As we walked out a huge thunder storm hit and I reckon that's ...
... and lined with books like a giant bookshelf!! Very trendy and different!
Catching the train from Basilica San Paolo (my station) was crowded as usual, but I am wising up on how to catch a train to get a seat! People usually don't walk to the end of the platform, but congregate in the middle, so I am now moving to the end and can sometimes get a seat and a less crowded carriage. See, I am starting to think like ...
... Helena in the 4th century.
We came back to the residence an had lunch and took a riposo. We woke up and got our stuff ready and headed to the NAC. We met Deacon Taylor and Josh outside, and headed to the field so we could play sports. Lane and I refereed, haha. Then, we went inside to start making a Halloween feast. People had volunteered to make different dishes. I signed up to make chili, because ...
Landing in an Airbus A380 was an amazing experience. The flight from Dubai to Rome was a good flight. We actually flew up between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in Iraq, then over Turkey and Greece. It took 30 minutes to get through Italian customs, and the dude did not even look at me after I gave him my passport. Our bus took us to our hotel, and we had a short time for a shower, and then it was off to the Church of the Jesu' ...