Astura Palace Hotel
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Let me start this off by saying that, yes, I'm being the typical horrible student that teachers always seem to be.
By Italian law, actually EU, every employee must sit through a course on the health & safety issues pertaining to her job. As teachers, it has been decided that we have a medium-risk job.
"Yay us!" she adds sarcastically.
This entitles us to a 12-hour class ...
... another huge ornate church which we dutifully wandered around and oohed and ahhed at. We sat outside for refreshments at a little café and then headed back on the metro for home.
So now we have really experienced Roma!! As Ken got on the train some kids pushed past him, then jumped off again as the doors shut, throwing his wallet back to him! It was over in a flash! Their spoils, some cash, in small notes, Ken thinks maybe 40-60 euro at best. There was nothing else missing ...
After an exhausting day in Roma the day prior, it was good to know we could relax. Ej, always excited to wish Cristina a happy day at work, gets up early to see her off. I, however, sleep in. Today is market day. Something I had been anticipating all week. After a slow start to the day and a late breakfast, we leave. We head down the road, following the directions Cristina had given us. It’s a road we have become familiar with. Ej knows every bump in ...
We begin our journey to leave Rome. But not to go too far. We arrived at Roma Termini and, easily enough, purchased our tickets, one way to Nettuno. As per our agreement, we waited on the platform. I stand with my back against a pillar to deter would-be thieves from my backpack. Ej happily plays around the suitcase in front of me. Feeling anxious and nervously scanning the crowds for a face that may be smiling back at me with faint recognition, it's hard to know ...
... and spent an hour getting a sore neck looking up at the soaring ceilings and beautiful mosaics.
Pizza and pasta and a little restaurant down from the Vatican, then a cab ride to Circus Maximus and home for the night. You can fit so much into one day as a tourist – but I doubt that you could ever see all you wanted to in Rome – there is history all over the place if you can avoid the traffic long enough to see ...