Relais Rome Sweet Home Trastevere
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... marble and missing ceilings, you can see exactly what they saw. It amazes me that anything can still be standing after so many centuries. I know for a fact that our ****** wood houses won't stand a chance.
The best part was seeing an old store, still perfectly complete. It contained a fireplace, shelves were the goods were displayed, a bar, and even a courtyard with a fountain for the customers to relax.
... far from finished. 10:30 and the next stop is a photo booth at the nearest Metro station. This is the first step in getting our new passports, and despite blurry photos, we get the job done. My photo booth seems to be malfunctioning, however, as it spits out a picture of some old bloke! Perhaps this is the “Pops” the boys have been speaking of. Camping Roma is next on the agenda. Chris and the team from Top Deck come up with accommodation for the night ...
So here we are in Rome after an epic 28 hours or so of travelling!
We started out in Sydney, stopped over in Singapore and London and finally landed in Rome at 2.10pm on the 16th!
Mark Bailye very kindly gave Sim a pass to get into the Qantas first class lounge at Sydney airport and Sim working his usual magic managed to convert that pass for 1 into a pass for all 5 of us. It was luxury to sit back and chat and watch all ...
... less than 80 thousand people (as a reference point, the UF football stadium holds almost 100,000, and the "big house" in Ann Arbor Michigan holds near 130,000). The site however was breathtaking, not just because of its looks, but more so because of the history. Did you know that the colosseum was not used only for gladiator battles? It was used for so much more, for example it was used for plays depicting the execution of Christ for many years after the gladiators, as well ...
... hairier chefs. chefs are a bit of an exaggeration cause all the food was pre-cooked and all they had to was nuke the food and slop it on a plate. we witnessed all this with mounting trepidation. an open kitchen in england is fashionable as it is supposed be food theatre, this was not something you wanted to see though. it was the one hairy chef's sole job to chop the T-bone steaks. he did it in a sort of off hand way and not really concentrating, making me think every ...