Cesar Palace Guesthouse
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... are very curvy? Well, we got a little lost or should I say detoured along the way.....first stop became the Museum of the Alter of Peace. A Roman temple of sorts that was used by Augustus around 9 B.C. to thank the gods for helping to pacify the barbarians and thus ultimately beginning the Golden Age. The coolest part of this monument is the not that it's enclosed inside a building protected from the elements but the ...
... time I saw a nice view!)
First stop was Siena which caused us some headaches to find on the sat nav and then to find car parks when we got there. At one point we weren't sure if we were allowed down a road but saw another car going down it and followed...only to find it was a German car ...
... realized. Despite the weight of that moment, my first thought was that it looked a little small. I was completely wrong, and I feel bad for having every thought that. As we got closer, I realized how huge the basilica actually is. The pillars have huge diameters and are immensely tall. But that was just the outside.
Then, we entered the basilica. This was the second profound moment I experienced today. Words cannot describe walking into St. Peter's for the ...
... in 800BC. Here we had a guided tour of St ...
There were many miles explored this week both in and out of class for me. I am currently taking an urban planning history class where there is one hour of traditional lecture and 3 hours of a walking tour each week. We put on those cheesy headsets with walkie-talkie things attached and follow our professor around as he tells us about how certain parts of the city were built and why. It is a lot of walking (we average about 5 miles in a class) ...