Casa Santa Maria alle Fornaci
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... humorous. It was explained that the fault was in the line and repair was dependent on the electrical authority. The answer to my inquiry as to how long that would take was that that they had no idea. Staff considered moving us to another apartment ..."not if in the same building" said I. No, they have others in the area. "Not if no hot water and no power," I chimed in. "Mam we see you are with us for a long stay." I suggested they could put us up in ...
... in true Aussie style), and I might even roster a bbq into my horizons. Exciting stuff. So yes Hayley came to visit which was brief but lovely. The sun even decided to shine for us and we enjoyed a brilliant riverside picnic on Quai Saint Antoine on Saturday arvo after workies. There was a slight bit of stress when she had to leave as the metro was shut due to the JeSuisCharlie manifestation. She ended up having to get a cab, which was ridiculously expensive, but had to be done. ...
... we wanted a ride and we took it - great call, as it was at least 80 degrees, the ride was only 10 Euros and we would have spent hours trying to find the hotel. After relieving ourselves of the luggage and with a map we were off to see as much of Rome as possible, starting with the Colosseum. We were able to find ruins and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Monument in no time...then around the corner was the Colosseum. We bought a ticket and was able ...
... the people, he talked about the sufferings of people across the world and appealed for peace in Syria and Middle East.
Seriously, Papa is quite cute !! The whole ceremony lasted till afternoon.
We went back to the apartment and finally got some well deserved siesta !! In the evening, we had a stroll around the Colosseum to see it lit up.
Our visit to Rome thus ended but going forward with a hope and promise to self to visit Rome again. !!
... and it houses the graves of some important historical figures.
After the tour, we were quite hungry and made tracks for the hostel where we would get some food. However, after discovering that the restaurant that we had planned to go to was closed, we set off on a hunger fuelled blockie in search of food. However, disillusioned by our hunger, we ended up where we began, still as hungry as when we started. So we just ended up going to this little restaurant opposite ...