B&B Inandout Rome
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Very clean room, big for rome. Awesome breakfast and great service.
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Citytrip with the love of my life! Just a couple of pictures out of the 500 we took in just 3 days!
... the UK and then went shopping for the next few days. Tomorrow there is supposedly another ‘general strike' which could be the fourth of fifth since we’ve been here. Shopping was fun and we found more different local areas including a fruit & veg market and we also saw a demonstration. Out of interest we went up to read the signs. Turns out it was School Principals demonstrating to try to get more resources for their schools. Whilst this seems similar to Australia ...
Then once I left the shop at 2:30 pm I went back to my hotel and got everything ready and sign out of the hotel at 4:00 pm then got a taxi to the airport and I arrived at the airport at 4:30. so I decide to just get all the security stuff out of the way and do that first so I could just sit down and relax and have a bit to eat at the Briciole was just a nice little coffee shop in the ...
... was bloated by the tour trying to make it a religious experience instead of a historical lesson. The prison was a hole in the ground that eventually filled with water, killing all of the high ranking captives inside. Nothing was too special to look at so we walked away a tad disappointed. Our next stop was the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. These were the ruins of ancient Rome and were amazing to look at. At Sam's request we got audio-guides which proved, as always, to ...
... preferred to participating in the wasteful and exploitative culture that has developed around selling little bottles of water by the millions to consumers.
We needn't have feared, the Romans already had it figured out. Every where we go in Rome is endowed with water fountains! Known locally as Nasoni's or big noses, they are spread throughout the city and pop up just when you think the thirst is going to convince you to spend ...