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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the most expensive tastes in drinks. Fruit juice and milkshakes are as dear as poison. I have tried to get them to drink alcohol but it seems the school has drummed the health education into them. Bloody pinko commo public school system, I blame Julia Gillard - it never would have happened if Bob Menzies was still in charge. Anyway, we got back on the bus and despite expectations, still wasnt prepared for the sight of the Coloseum ...
... airport! Ok. Sweet.
The nice thing about London was that we did have to deal with being in a new place and use a map all the time, but we did not have the issue of a language barrier yet.
In Rome we went to our hotel, got out and walked down to a littler pizzeria and gelato shop. I had a margherita pizza and then ordered hazelnut and chocolate SOY gelato! I could not believe they had SOY. The hazelnut was phenomenal and the rich chocolate gelato balanced it out very ...
... the apartment so we stopped at the Despar to buy some purse sized packages of Kleenex. We could use some anyway and certainly did not need 4 rolls of tp. And of course we (mostly me) could not pass by the gelateria without the almost daily dose.
I was pooped and decided to take a nap and I told Mel we should actually go out and experience some nightlife for once. She woke me up at 9:30pm. But neither of us felt like going out so we kyboshed the plan and went to bed. We are so ...
... haven't, riding. segway can best be describd by copious use of the exclamation WHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!
Mario was flexible. He knew what we had already seen and what we hadn't so far. Thus he tailored our tour to suit or requirements. We begun by running through the cobblestone lanes of Trastevere, over across the Tiber and up towards the piazza Fiorenzo Fiorentini, where we had the pleasure of seeing the optical illusion of the orange grove and the dome of St Peter's. He led ...
... testaments. The other iconic sight to see was of course St Peter's Basilica, rebuilt in 1506 and classed as the most grandiose sacred building anywhere in the world. We waited in the slow moving line for about an hour in the hot sun. The wait was worth it and we were in awe when we saw the interior, a vast amount of marble, statues, columns, mosaics, gilding, domes, tombs etc.
It was time ...