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... maybe Sudan (probably not Syria), right across the Middle of Saudi Arabia and across to Qatar. I guess we avoided Libya, Israel, Iraq and Syria........
Doha airport was not a place where you would want to spend a lot of time. It was just a big processing station. Very impersonal. Nowhere to buy a coffee or a snack. Smoking rooms that were jam-packed full of people (so sad) and miles of travel atoms to take you to your distant ...
... br> Max also took us up a hill where the spanish embassy was sited. The views of Rome were absolutely breath taking. There was a mist? fog? smog? of Rome in the distance. Very mysterious indeed. There was a Church attached to the Embassy. Again, the money spent on the decoration was mind blowing. He also pointed out this best example of Renaissance building in the world which I thought was OK. Can't be amazed ...
... magnificent old style cage lift. Marbled floors and high ceilings made us feel like we were constantly in a 1960's film and Bridget Bardot and Peter Sellers were just waiting around the corner with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn!
Getting around in Rome is easy. You can take the bus, the taxi, hire a moped, or simply walk. We walked. We walked so far on the first day - but with Rome relatively flat and just beautiful, we didn't notice the miles adding ...
... makeover so we couldn't gaze in wonder at it, I did take a happy snap of all the scaffolding though. Our feet carried us onwards to 'Museo Frati Cappuccini e Cripta Ossario' or once again more simply the dead monk church. This place is crazy. Over 3700 dead monks from the order have been bought to the crypt under the church and made into art. There are 6 rooms full of human skulls, vertebrae and pelvic bones (not to mention every other bone) organised ...
... the very last and we had begun to think it wasn't coming at all. Poor signage (again) and inadequate airport assistance and eventually on a train to Termini, central railway area of Rome where we are to overnight in a hotel, the only reasonable(!) price we could find at Easter. Bus would have been far cheaper and undoubtedly cleaner! On exiting Termini we are immediately confronted by drunks and others living on the streets and ...