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Great location, Clean rooms, quiet ambient, smiling face, if i go Rome again, I will stay Nwe Morpheus again
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... Inside are an array of 2nd and 3rd century epitaphs (inscriptions honoring the dead) and classic symbols of Jewish religion and also Greco-Roman motifs which include dolphins, grapevines, tridents, Menorahs, Shofars, and Ethrogs. Unfortunately, the catacombs are closed to the public due to structure instability and toxic gas. Christian burial use in the form of Catacombs ceased in the 5th century but the memory of the catacombs was ...
... far the Vatican is from home, our first reaction was "F**K we're all the way at the Vatican?!?".
We laughed about it afterward.
We ended up getting home at 3:30 AM. It was funny because at that time, Nicholas was just going out in the US and when I woke up at 9:00 AM, he was just getting home. I woke up with a "good night" text from him, and in turn, responded with a "good morning" text.
The next morning, my roommates, a couple friends and I ...
Left Venice today and made tracks for Rome.
Renee's colleague advised me to allow 1.5 hours to get from the hotel to the train station. I don't know how he managed to take so long because it took me half an hour maximum. This included walking from the hotel to the Rialto vaporetto stop and catching the vaporetto to the train station.
I love the fast trains - it's such a good way to travel and only took ...
Another travel day today. This trip has caught up with us and many used the trip from Venice to Rome as sleep time including me! I just could not keep my eyes open! Joey played "Roman Holiday" the Audrey Hepburn, Gregory Peck movie as we drove through the Tuscan countryside. I would have loved to watch it but just couldn't. The roadside stops have become very Italian........chaotic!! There seems to be many buses of school ...
... of a low valley between the Caelian, Esquiline and Palatine Hills, through which a canalised stream ran. By the 2nd century BC the area was densely inhabited. It was devastated by the Great Fire of Rome in AD 64, following which Nero seized much of the area to add to his personal domain. He built the grandiose Domus Aurea on the site, in front of which he created an artificial lake surrounded by pavilions, gardens and porticoes. The existing Aqua Claudia aqueduct was extended to ...