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- Minbar in room
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... to do that. Even though our bags went last night by the time we had breakfast it was 8.00 and time to get on our shuttle to the airport, and here we are waiting and waiting. Will board in a couple of hours. We will be home Tuesday night Melbourne time. See you all very soon. ...
... br> To round out the day, we were fed a Roman barbeque: steak, sausage, chicken, beans, and bread. Wait. What's that, you ask? Why yes. It's a field trip in Rome, so teachers were served wine with lunch! We were even offered a bottle of prosecco with dessert, which we sadly turned down. When in Rome...
*P.S. - I wish I could share more pictures, but I wasn't able to edit the kids faces out.
... about the arctic because it was so stupid hot out... But I'm glad it's on peoples minds. Fun fact: when you buy a ticket for the Colosseum, you also get a ticket to the Roman Forum and the Palatine! So we pretty much spent the day exploring Ancient Rome and all of the ruins. What a fantastic way to spend the day! Also, we apparently really look like we know what is going on because we were asked for directions so many times at the Forum. Eventually we got kicked out because it ...
... as the Pagans did. As a persecuted sect they were not allowed to bury their dead within the city walls so had go outside and came up with the novel idea of digging down several levels and constructing tunnels. Fortunately the rock is volcanic ash and quite soft. Along the tunnels walls they carved niches. The bodies were placed inside and then the niche was closed up with a slab of marble. There are many tiny niches for babies and over 50% of those buried were under ten. In ...
Rome is a city of image and sounds, all vivid and all unforgettable.
We stayed in Rome for 4 nights and had a great time.
We had a great drive down from Tuscany and enjoyed the scenic A1 all the way. Thankfully the GPS did not fail this time and we made it to the apartment. After dropping off the luggage we had to return the car near the Termini, only problem was we were so worried about ...