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... not even any fish n' chips. And the Scottish? A 3ft by 3ft table showing off the crème de la crème of Edinburgh tourist office coasters with pictures of Scotty dogs, mugs with a watercolour of a piper and small Nessie keychains, tagged unceremoniously onto the end of the Irish stall, which at least sold cold Guinness. Hilarious, but at least we weren't forgotten about like Wales.
From here in the north we found ourselves surrounded by lakes and the Italian ...
We started our morning off slowly as we were both awake at 3:00am!! Decided to do a little laundry! At 7:30am Lacey texted me to say they had landed! About 9:30am she let me know they had made it to the lobby!! We finished getting dressed and went down to meet the group! They were hungry so headed off down the street for a little pizza! Sue and I told the group about the "Holy Steps" so we headed off walking!! We arrived at ...
Having covered off a lot of the major sights yesterday we still had a fair amount on the itinerary for today. First we visited the Capitoline Museum, home to a massive statue of Marcus Aurelius (the emperor from Gladiator) riding a horse, and a bronze of the she wolf that suckled Romulus and Remus in Roman mythology. We actually managed to get a little lost in the museum. Either the layout wasn't clear or we still (despite much ...
... of the walking and I thought I could manage it. No problem! There are several levels so there are opportunities to rest—ha! The first level is where the tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the carving of Italian military are located. There are always 2 guards standing at attention; they changed guards shortly after I got there at 10 AM. Later when I left, the guards on duty were wearing rain ponchos! The next set of stairs leads to another large patio area and up a few ...
... that my bag had not. So we filed a lost baggage claim and continued to our hotel in Rome. We traveled by the Leonardo Express train (14 E, platform 2) that takes about 35 minutes to arrive at Termini train station in central Rome, Our hotel. the Artimede Hotel, is only 10 minutes walking from the station and with Andy's superior navigation skills, we arrived not too winded.
The hotel was picked because it was highly rated on tripadvisor and it has ...