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... The drive into Rome was dark so there was little that could be seen which the driver kept apologising for. IQ Hotel is lovely and very centrally positioned - but located on a street much narrower than I expected - more of a lane. I'm not used to old cities yet but I sure will be by the end of this trip!
IQ doesn't have a mini-bar or even supply tea & coffee. ...
... were, to use an appropriate adjective, wondrous.
A while later we had saved up enough leave from work to take our next extended holiday. This time we targeted India, China and Hong Kong. India was a culture shock in itself and the three weeks we spent there will not likely soon be forgotten.
... upon thousands of graves of the earliest Christians as well as some martyrs. We were told that this one catacomb along had four layers and around 70 miles of tunnels and that it was one of many around Rome. It was almost like an underground city! The next day it was our turn to go see the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel. Now, I'm not really one for museums but I was definitely impressed with this tour. One of the more striking pieces was a large bath made out of ...
... before setting off each morning anyway. It was somewhat more confused by the time we would pull into the car park at the other end. The rules of the road in Italy seem to be there are no rules. Every man is out for themselves. Left hand turns from the right hand lane, across three lanes of traffic; no problem. No parking? Stop in the middle of the road and get out; no problem. Who's right of way at a ...
Slept in and rested after the marathon walking effort yesterday at Pope Franks place. We went the obelisk early. An obelisk is a vertically erect, four sided structure that sits on a base and tapers to a pyramid top. Parts of the Egyptian obelisks would have been plated in gold, most likely the pyramid top that reached into the heavens. There are 13 obelisks in Rome. Moving the obelisk is an even greater accomplishment than ...