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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... a day. Booking the Vatican tour is the only way to go. No waiting in long lines. However once in there, you do the Vatican shuffle. They have 25,000 people a day pass through, and they are all corralled along the same route. We had a couple of times where we were away from the crowd, but most of the time you can only take a half step. The views from the Dome made the climb worth it, and seeing St. Peter's Square was amazing, as I had seen it enough times on films and TV. ...
... they were lining up to give homage to Jesus. I stopped and prayed for my family and friends back at home, and I took the time to realize that without God none of the amazing churches I have seen would even exist. After looking at Saint John Lateran, we wandered further up the street. After a while, we started to notice a lot of Asian people walking the streets. As it turns out, we ran right into the heart of Chinatown. It was scary. Listen, we have a running joke about being ...
From Andorra the plan was to head for Rome. The only way in or out of Andorra is by road, so we took the bus again, this time bound for Toulouse, in France. From Toulouse we would fly to Rome, as to take a train from Toulouse would involve going from Toulouse to Paris to Berlin and thereby to Rome, which would take 26 hours and cost a fortune.
As we crossed the border into France it was snowing, and the road down out of the Pyrenees on that side is pretty twisty, ...
... offered great views across to the Circus Maximus - only from up high can you appreciate the size of it - 3 times larger than the MCG! 600m long, 200m wide, and able to accommodate 300,000 people to watch the chariot racing! We were then a little pushed for time, so quickly went through the Roman Forum, past the rows of 2000 year old shops, to the Temple of the Vestal Virgins, and to the crematorium of Julius Caesar - still covered in flowers! We also ducked into ...
... prix quelque soit la distance pour 1h 30 de validité (1,5 euros). En tous cas , c'est pas l'auberge espagnole , pas de va et vient intempestif (un point positif contre les possibles vols en dortoir), du fait de la distance avec les curiosités de la ville.
Je démarre demain ma première journée de visites .
Nous sommes un jeudi, ciel azur, je progresse dans le quartier du colisée, que je ne vois pas d'ailleurs, d'après mon plan de la ville, ce quartier fourmille d'églises, ...