Relais Al Senato
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... we then piled into.....however Michael noticed he hadn't put the Meter on and commented on this to be told "it is broken" and the fare would be 23 euro (double what it normally is!) We insisted this was wrong and please put the Meter on and then all of a sudden we found ourselves on the pavement and our luggage thrown (some of it literally) on to the pavement, and off yer man sped! So a short 10 Meter walk and we found ourselves a better taxi who put his Meter on and the bill to ...
... for 100 days. There was a morning and afternoon session and, unfortunately for criminals sentenced to death, there was a noon time 'performance' where those sentenced to die were placed in the arena and bound on a tether that gave them very little area to run and animals were released into the arena to carry out the sentence imposed. It was a very cruel way to carry out a sentence, but it was their way of the day and it also served as ...
... more choice for breakfast at our hotel in Roma.
We boarded the ferry, which was quite a modern looking boat, and we were surprised to find
it had a timber interior. The 70 minutes journey to Salerno went by quickly, as we watched the stunning view of the Amalfi coastline along the way.
On arrival in Salerno, we rolled our ever-heavier bags across the dock and over the road to
a cafe. The staff there spoke ...
... Judah, and one of the bas reliefs depicted Romans carrying off the war spoils including a menorah. It was fascinating for all of us to see the “victors” side of the story after visiting Israel and hearing their side of the same war. (Remember us at the top of the Masada near the Dead Sea?)
We have been reading a world history book on and off over the course of our travels, and Elias is a big fan of Julius Caesar, so he got a big kick out of ...
... is in the embassy of Malta which is sovereign territory of Malta (country 3). See the 2 photos. The Segway tour was certainly memorable and we learnt a lot with the one on one tour guide. Lots of fun. After another coffee and Pizza we walked back to the colosseum and took a tour. What I was not aware of was the size of everything related to this building. It was capable of holding 80000 people. Over ...