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- Drycleaning onsite
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... where the cars screech to a halt for you at a zebra crossing, to France where you can should cross on a green man, but at a decent pace in case the cars get fed up of waiting for you, to Italy where you can cross on a green man if you are brave enough. The pedestrian zones here mean you don't have to walk as fast to get out of the way of the cars as you do on a zebra crossing, but if you dilly dally thats your loss! So upon arriving at our box room hotel we went for ...
... It open in the mid 1500s with all the herbs, and it was renovated in the 1700s. By 1950s with all the new medication coming out and aspirin penicillin, less people were going to the pharmacy so they just closed the doors, keeping everything the same from the 50s. But all of the items date back to the 16-18th century. It looked like something out of Harry Potter. - Sheryl We finally had the 4 hour walking food tour, and I think that was ...
... grasping a pole. Along the road that stretches between the colosseum and the Victoria Emmanule monument there was at least a dozen of these guys in exactly the same meditative pose and costume. Maybe they got a deal they couldn't refuse from a material warehouse like spotlight, and could think of nothing better to do than create 50 identical costumes and begin a floating guru franchise. They should 'float' their business on the stock exchange and watch how quickly stocks plummet ...
It was another hot day in Italy but this didn't stop me from exploring Rome. Everyone on the tour caught the train from the campsite to the Colosseum. We didn't spend much time here as we were going to have a tour of the Colosseum later in the afternoon. Instead Danny lead us down the street to give us a quick walking tour of Rome. Our first stop was at the Trevi Fountain. Thankfully it wasn't busy and we were all able to get to ...
... small in comparison to the actual basilica, it's probably the size of a normal church. A meaningful and enriching stop! We then head down to the tombs and pass by the many marble tombs of Popes past. Eventually out in the Vatican grounds, the sun beats down on us as we proceed to donate more €Euros to the Catholic Church!!! We now wander the Rome streets, finding the Piazza Novana, a beautiful artists square, the Pantheon, ...