Mr Frills B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... docile animal. These symbolize the two contrasting moods of the sea.
The site originally marked the terminal at the Aqua Virgo aqueduct built in 19 BC.
One of the firts-storey reliefs shows a young girl (the legendary virgin after whom the aqueduct was named) pointing to the spring from which the water flows.
Appropriately for a fountain resembling a stage set, the theatrical ...
... delay and we are shattered! We hired these cute little sleep pods at Abu Dhabi airport for an hour so got a little bit of sleep but it was still so noisy. ..... It's been a long 36 hours but we've finally arrived at our accommodation for the night. We had some time to kill before we could check in so we went for a walk. First impressions of Rome aren't great really, the streets are dirty, there is graffiti everywhere, ...
Right now we are on the 5 floor in the hotel. We are eating breakfast, but I am typing this because Lynn, Sue, and my mom are chatting away. It doesn't look like there going to end it soon either. You know adults, they start talking and they don't stop for a while. At sleepovers with my friends, my mom will come over and tell us to pack up. Then ...
So we arrived in the Vatican City the day before Rome's biggest event in 600 years, two popes were being canonised! There was people EVERYWHERE, all the roads were blocked off and I'm pretty certain the price of everything was doubled. By now I've completley had enough of Italian food, it just so bland and expensive. It's impossible to get a pizza with more than one topping and their pasta ...
... which destroyed the wooden upper levels of the amphitheatre's interior. It was not fully repaired until about 240 and underwent further repairs in 250 or 252 and again in 320. An inscription records the restoration of various parts of the Colosseum under Theodosius II and Valentinian III (reigned 425–455), possibly to repair damage caused by a major earthquake in 443; more work followed in 484 and 508. The arena continued to be used for contests well into the 6th century, ...