Hotel Dei Congressi
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... in various parts of the country would go on well.
Czech Republic: The work is picking up, pray for more volunteers to help.
That is just a few of the requests we will be remembering in the next days and weeks.
And now we are off to Rome for the 6th International Brethren Conference on Mission (IBCM) where we have the opportunity over 4 days to make contacts with 700 believers from around the world!
... Anyway, the flavour of the food was outstanding and at a reasonable price Rome, 70 euros including a couple of drinks. We finished the meal about 11pm. Ang was keen to have a quick look at the shops on the main shopping street in Rome, called Corso, which is two blocks away from our hotel. She found the shops far more to her liking than the outrageously expensive shops in the street that our hotel is in. To Ang's disappointment we were home before midnight - an early night by our ...
... ones that still had their original shape. After 3 hours, we noticed the crowd was had really grown and that it was getting really hot. We decided to take a break and head home. We picked up a sandwich and ate lunch at home.(We later discovered that the entrance fee is free on the first Sunday of the month which draws huge crowds.)
When it got to be dinner time we head back down the hill and found a nice quiet restaurant. We settle in and we both decided to have ...
... br> [P.S. It was only after dinner when the girls shared a secret about their activities today. Seems they encountered a retired opera diva who offered to give them vocal lessons in exchange for a nip of Lucy’s scotch. After completing their first introductory session, they surprised me with an impromptu recital of that old Neapolitan classic, O Sole Mio, which I videotaped for the benefit of all our loyal blog fans. Enjoy the performance!
We had breakfast at the hotel, very chatty and friendly hotel owner.
We set off on foot with our little street map to find the Colosseum. The ancient splendor of this immense amphitheater, where professional gladiators fought to their death with the increased terror of wild beasts being added to the shows. This magnificent stadium held up to 60,000 spectators. We had to join the huge line of people also wanted to see the Colosseum today :( but eventually we got to the end ...