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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... have wifi here and it's good!
Plane Ride of Can't Get Comfortable
The plane ride was miserable, as we thought. Pretty sure they are making airplane seats even smaller. It's like a game.
"How many people can we shove into economy class, Dave?" "I think we can fit 50 more people if we take away all leg room and make the chairs recline into the lap of the person behind them, ...
... as beautiful, the way it rolled off of the people's tongues sounded much better than English! We all tried to take as many pictures as we could, but we knew we needed to be back home in order to be ready for the Opera tonight. The smiles this city put on our faces were unreal, I've never smiled so hard before. It was such a foreign place to me even though my family originates there; the Gravity Model (the optimal location of a service is directly related to the ...
... was the district where the rich and powerful Romans lived and played - sort of an ancient Roman equivalent of Oak Bay (no gas stations please). Included in this part was the Circus Maximus where chariot races and other sports took place. Finally, we braved the throngs at the Colosseum which was the Roman empire's main theatre for gladiator fights and other public spectacles. Our modern hockey arenas are pretty much the same design and size housing up to ...
... ago. Nearby we were ticking off our list some columns and obelisks when a small convoy of flash unmarked - except for the blue flashing lights stuck on the roof - police cars went past us with suited men inside. It was in a narrow lane and we clearly saw a man in the back seat of one car holding a sub machine gun. We walked a short distance in the direction the cars had gone and came upon two adjoining plaza's, with flash old buildings, flags, and plenty of police. Ang asked ...
... to the Colosseum, St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican and Castel Sant'Angelo (the burial place for Emperor Hadrian then converted to a Roman fortress). There is a great energy to this corridor as our apartment looks out into a small piazza. Musicians, vendors and people congregating at the restaurants add to the vibrancy which we initially thought to be hip, but was considerably less so as it approached 2:00 am. Then Miss Stilleto and Mr. Hiking Boot in the flat ...