Prince of Navona
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... She was very nice and helpful, she doesn't know her schedule yet so we told her to just come by on Friday even if we're gone so we don't have to come back from our touring and leave the money on the table after she looks around. We'll be calling for a taxi to take us to the Train Station on Saturday morning at 9:15 am, so won't have much time then to do it either.
After this we made our lunches and went off to visit Trajan's Forum, this has been something ...
... led us there. We passed the Campo—the main plaza—on the way there, and the Duomo—the main cathedral—on the way back. The school itself was closed, because it was Sunday, and so we sat on the steps, took a picture, and were introduced to a few of the professors. That was it. That was orientation. One things I’ve learned in my week here is that there are some logistical issues/miscommunications among those running the program. ...
... mid-1980s, when the comune had more than 2.8 million residents; after that, population started to decline slowly as inhabitants began to move to nearby suburbs of Rome.
... decided we were going to buy me some proper walking shoes, and we got off the bus at the Trevi Fountain to find a shop to get some. We found a sign advertising a North Face shop, and spent about fifteen minutes underneath it with a map, trying to figure out where on earth it was, when we realised it was literally around the next corner!
After a little while, I was all kitted out with a new pair of shoes, and my god my feet have never felt better! I’ve definitely ...
... the "social pecking order" for every one else. The games were free for all. At this point our guide had to hand us over to a guide employed by the Colosseum. With the Colosseum guide we were able to go down to the underground floor where the gladiators and animals entered the arena, & although unable to wander through it all you could see what a maze it was. The gladiators would have walked through the whole area in the pitch black apart from a small amount of ...