Cesar Palace Guesthouse
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... says no. “Can you tell me if my friend is booked in as I’m meeting him here?” Computer says no. “As you’ve created this situation, can I use your phone to call my friend and let him know what’s going on?” Is it a mobile? (Aha! At last, a different response). “Yes”. Computer says no. A brief, ahem, ‘discussion’ follows, in which our hero tells us that they never ring mobiles on the hotel phone, so, ...
... roman villa had private courtyards, summer rooms and heated rooms. The baths has underground tunnels for heating water, there was even a more rustic bath for the taxi drivers of the day - the donkey cart guys. Most ruins here are unknown but some are identified by their mosaics or symbols outside their shops advetising thier trades like doctor or weights and measures etc... We even sat in a small tavern, which would have served ...
... other, nestled on vertigo inducing cliffs that remained virtually inaccessible for years before the advent of dynamite and rail connections were made. Since then the touristic attraction has spread like wild fire and during the hot summer months one can barely breath for map touting Texans in socks and sandals, hollering "PARLI INGLESE?" in 'eye-talian' at passing locals.
We were visiting during the quieter months however; and if low camping season wasn't enough ...
... that acts as a compression ring. Inside are the tombs of Raphael and kings vittorio Emanuele II and Umberto I. On our free day in Rome we went to the Vatican City in the morning then in the afternoon the roman ruins, palatine hill and the colosseum. We were amazed at how the Vatican is considered it's own country so technically we were in another country for the morning. We walked all around the Vatican including seeing the old vehicles used for the popes, Indonesia ...
... animals were kept. It is remarkable that this structure was built in only 8 years - I am certain the modern Italians couldn't do it, or the modern Australians - and they did it without heavy machinery or cranes! Matthew was in his element, asking questions of the guide nonstop! We then went up...and up...and up, to the highest level that is accessible. Not only did this have great views over the Colosseo, but a fantastic view of the Roman Forum, where we were ...