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... her name to have been Margherita. There was much rolling of eyes at our ignorance, but grinning all round when everyone finally got the message. We also passed many other official buildings which were very disparagingly referred to as "a disgrace!" Their government buildings, the justice building, the palaces of presidents etc. This was because of what goes on inside rather than the building. One building though, was described with great scorn. It was a marble building that ...
... on. You can see the Circus Maximus from one side and the Roman Forum from the other. Apparently the forum is where the ancient Roman civilisation was developed, hence why there are so many different things to see whilst in there.
Today I felt really grateful to be alive, and really contented in the knowledge that I've made the right desicion to see the world :-D
And on that note, I'll say goodbye for now...
... about four hours with Craig. Sadly, a few days after leaving Rome word was received that Craig had been diagnosed with some form of stomach cancer and had returned home to his Homeland of New Zealand for treatment. We pray for his full recovery.
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What is now Domus Australia has been beautifully and expensively restored. It is a comfortable upmarket hotel and has ...
... have been sold to a Japanese company! Wtf... We had our afternoon nap on the coach back to the ship. No tip for either guide. Very disgruntled but we've done very well on every other part of our trip, we'll just put this one down to experience and maybe one day we'll laugh about seeing the Rome highlights except for the Colosseum...yep, still too soon... :( That night we attended a talk at the art gallery about Leonardo da Vinci and Goya. It was excellent and very ...