La Mongolfiera Rooms
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... would go straight to the hole (basically a manhole in the ground) and this would fill up with water from the Thames, which at the time was a sewer. These lucky people got a number of disgusting diseases. There were lots of descriptions of different punishments too. I am so glad we live in a more civilised world these days! We only had a couple of hours to kill before the airport after this, so we walked back through the ...
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We have been so busy and so tired after being so busy that we have fallen into bed and I haven't had time to blog any of our travels.
We spent all day yesterday driving to and fro Cannes. The movie festival finished a few days ago and so the place was being pulled apart with workers clearing away marquise and bill boards and there was action a-plenty! we had the chance to walk the red carpet just after it had been vacuumed! We took ...
... We went back to the same area that night, I got pulled into a busker's performance ( arm twisted, obviously) we watched a few bands play, one band had a trombone player and a guy with a box with a bunch of coconuts and bells on it. Super weird but really good. Sunday we were struggling for something to do. We walked around along the river (sketchy looking) watched some people fish in the questionable waters, went back to the hotel then went to supper. We went to ...
... dome is so huge it is hard to believe that someone built that so many years ago.
Due to the free entry into the museum the line was enormous but thankfully much faster moving than we had imagined. After about an hour wait we were finally in (with €28 saved in our pockets!) and we began the long shuffle with the other hundreds of people wanting to see the Sistine chapel and other Renaissance art. It's a bit of a shame but as we passed the ...
... We then headed to the Pantheon, which was breathtaking. As soon as you turned a corner, the Pantheon arose out of nowhere from the crowded buildings. The sun rays shining on it made it seem like a dream. The inside was even more spectacular. You have to see it in real life to really understand. Afterwards, we had an very cheap lunch of delicious Italian pizza. We then went through the Piazza del Popolo and on to ...