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10th of September - London City Airport to Rome Leonardo da Vinci International Airport via Alitalia. Made arrangements to be picked up and driven to B&B all'Orologio- Via dei Brnchi Nuovi, Rome Crazy Italian drivers. All inclusive horn, hand gestures and yelling through the small streets of Rome. Very exciting! Kim will be arriving tomorrow …
... Piccolo are where locals gathered to watch gladiator style shows. The bigger ones held crowds of up to 5,000 people.
Italy was certainly a whirl wind stop. We packed so much into the four days here, unfortunately the pace wore us down and reinforced the need to allow more time when travelling in the future. Even though it was exhausting it was a good lesson for Mum and Cait, and a reminder for Mac and I, that travelling in large cities does take time, planning and ...
... with a school room. Beyond it is a house from the same time that has many rooms and even has spring water flowing through part of it still. The house and school on the lowest level, about 10 metres below current street level are great AS but the 4th century church make it into the rarely bestowed order of RAS. We printed the boarding passes off tonight before our last supper in Rome and cannot wait to be home. The next blog will be the final one after we return late on Saturday ...
Wednesday 6th August 2200 (Rome, Italy) Today was my first day on the Busabout tour; travelling to Rome via Ancona. It is sooo great to finally start the tour and meet some new people. I sat at the back of the bus and met some Australian lads who very hungover from a big night before hand. They were very friendly and welcoming!! The bus to Rome actually want relatively fast. ...
... from St. Peter's to share. It is so big in there and so beautiful but there is just no way to capture it all. This is one of those places that you could spend hours in or visit several times and still be blown away or notice something different each time.
Today, (tuesday) we did not end up going anywhere for class, we just took a quiz and caught up on our lectures. We decided to venture north of our apartment tonight for dinner, but on the way to our restaurant we found ...