Domus Livia Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... these cancers, as the lifetime absolute baseline chance of developing thyroid cancer in females is 0.75%, with the Radiation-induced cancer chance now predicted to increase that 0.75% to 1.25%, with this 0.75% to 1.25% change being responsible for the "70% higher relative risk":
These percentages represent estimated relative increases over the baseline rates and are not absolute risks for developing such cancers. Due to the low baseline rates of ...
... all rubbish at airports. You just go to the station and get on a train. As long as you are on the platform 10 to 15 minutes before the train leaves you are OK.
Got to Rome and within 30 minutes we had left the train, got a taxi and arrived at the apartment!
Settled in quickly and went to the local Supermarket for supplies. The area we are in looks a bit rough, but we have been assured it is safe to ...
... I was last in Rome in 1997 and some things have changed over the past 17 years. In 2000 they completely changed the Vatican Museum and created a large new entry building and moved things around and made everything more accessible to tourists. I saw new things on this tour and went to areas that I had not previously been. The tour was three and a half hours but the last half hour was not fun as we finished in the Sistine ...
We lucked out and our flight from Detroit to Rome was very smooth. Both Dani and I got about 4 hours of sleep which was better than expected. We arrived in Rome about 8:30 am. The immigration line was about a mile long, but actually got through it much quicker than expected. Nothing like a ride in a Rome taxicab to welcome you to the city. It's a miracle if you don't get motion sickness....some parts are much like ...
... wealthy and the rich and famous. However, now as then, it is a case of a "River Runs Through It"... it is the point at which the Tiber empties into the Mediterranean. At 406 kms [according to Wikipedia], the Tiber is Italy's third-longest river and is just as important to the locals today as it was 2000 years ago.
Four kms away is Ostia Antica which dates back to 1400 BC and was the original [river] port for Rome It is sometimes known as a ...