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... The huge bronze doors with their beautiful sculptures are so perfectly hung that just 2 people can open and close them.
We passed the wonderful Column dedicated to Marcus Aurelius with carvings marching all the way from bottom to top, describing his battle with the Germans. You can clearly see the centurions in their battle gear. There are stairs inside that go to the top, but I think they are closed...would be very claustrophobic anyway.
From here ...
... to throw a coin into the fountain especially if you are looking for true love .
Another good thing about this place is there is no cost but the only bad thing about the place is you have to try push your way through the people. A part from that it's not too bad because you get to see one of the many great sight of Rome. ...
We're in Rome – thirty-six hours ago we were in Brisbane. It’s almost surreal.
Qantas surpassed our expectations. It was a great flight, not too bad food, friendly flight attendants, plenty of leg room, and comfortable seats. As well as that the inflight entertainment had great latest release movies, which kept us all occupied until we arrived in Singapore.
Changi airport – so efficient and quiet ...
... that were arriving, we had virtually no wait in line and within half an hour, we had checked out our beautiful cabin, toured the ship, and selected our lunch venue. We are delighted with our ship, the Reflections, which celebrated its one year anniversary on October 1. Our only complaint is that they don't have laundry rooms available for guests -- we must use their expensive laundry service. But that is alright, we are pilgrims -- we still have travel soap and our trusty drying ...
Day 21 Today we went to Chateau des Baux de- Provence, it's a fortified hilltop village, sitting on a rocky spur of sand stone rock. High up in the hills not far from we're we are staying, about a 15 minute drive. It's an amazing village from about the 11th century. We walk about for a couple of hours listening to the history of the village, which was very interesting, the only problem was it was so windy, I almost lost my I- pad and nearly fell ...