Sam Rooms Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and used to be paired with the Esquilino we would see shortly. We moved towards the Piazza del Repubblica which had the dogali obelisk the 2nd smallest Egyption, like the ones at the Pantheon and Piazza della Minerva this little known obelisk was brought from Heliopolis.
We soldiered onto the last of the 5 Roman obelisks this was the 3rd tallest, the Esquiline and another copy of an Egyption one.
From here we had probably the largest single walk ...
After less than 24hrs in Vienna, we were off to Rome. As for some reason Air Italia did not have online check in for our flight, so we decided to get to the airport early to check in. The hotel was the first place to have a complimentary breakfast, which we made good use of. We were on our way to the airport just after 9.30am. The taxi driver was helpful, taking us to the correct terminal. We enter the airport, and this is where the fun started. ...
... and he likes to talk! Haha he provided me with in flight entertainment from the minute we sat down to the minute we got off the plane. He was very nice though and provided us with some good advice for Germany. There was also a piano in the airport in Malta. Everyone got up and had a go. It was great. Jess even had me get up but it's been so long since I played I couldn't remember anything and my hand was shaking so bad i couldn't press the right keys! Awkward! Maybe next time ...
... black-and-white map). We ended up on the river. So we walked back near People’s Square, and had a drink at a sidewalk café. After, we visited a small wine and cheese shop, where we absolutely loaded up. Goat cheese, fresh mozzarella balls, brie, pesto, bread, a bottle of champagne and a bottle of white wine. We were expecting the worst on the total – and it was only 24 euros. We walked back to the hotel, eager to ...
... had 3 cappuccinos and a water for Mom for 2,85. The tour was 1.5 hours and used technology to bring the ruins back to 3D life. Throughout the majority of the tour, we walked on glass floors with the ruins under us. It ended with the ruins that still stand. It was a perfect afternoon activity.
We headed back to our hotel with our fingers crossed about luggage. Once realizing we still had no luggage, we all went shopping.
For dinner, we took a taxi ...