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... I catch the shuttle back to the hotel.
Dianne and I wander out to the town later to get some tea, we find a place selling calamari and chips, nice and fresh. We have that sitting on the balcony with a couple of beers for me and Dianne and it is a very pleasant end to the day.
Tomorrow we all fly off separate ways with Dianne and the kids back in Australia on Monday night at 10:30.
... saying. This was the first city that we had to navigate around by ourselves. Thank god for Jenna's amazing skills at reading a map or we would be walking in circles even more than we were. I am trying really hard to understand directions and read a map. There were only two Metro Lines so it wasn't too hard to navigate but the fact that after we got off we could only take certain buses to places we were trying to get it.
Rome has so many amazing places ...
... before Jess watched the waiter pick his nose and roll it in his fingers for a few seconds before flicking it away.. To say the least, our appetite was lost and we found it extremely difficult to swallow the food delivered to us by this disgusting man. All in all, we had an amazing time seeing all the different sights of Rome, loved our apartment accommodation, and we're just extremely happy we didn't get lost this entire trip! Next stop, France!
Ciao for now! =)
As the ceremony was not until 1630 I had time to go swimming in the outdoor pool. It was cloudy and windy and probably noone else would have asked the hotel to open a winterclosed pool, but I did.. It took courage to get into though ;-) After the cold swim I went to the steam-bath and sauna - very nice start to the day! The catholic ceremony was at a beautiful cathedral located not ...
... world was changing. The tsar was living his last few years, and then the country was caught up in the tide of Bolshevik revolution. There was hope that things would be better. Most people probably didn't see Stalinisation on the horizon. They thought things were changing for the better; what happened next was a little incomprehensible. They couldn't possibly have thought that their world would be turned upside down so drastically and so suddenly.
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