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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... we got "Italian fast food," which still consisted of a sit down two hour long meal with three courses. Dinner was filled with good food and lots of laughs. Then it was time to go back to campus and hit the books for those of us who have school tomorrow. So even though we only really learned how to work the public transportation and that we won't get to taste Frigidarium gelato until February, this day ended up showing us that even "getting lost in Rome" can be the best thing one can do. xx, ...
... find the old dwellings and garden. Its easy to get lost and you can go around in circles if you don't pay attention. We have seen a lot of ruins on this trip so we leave the Hill and head for the Forum.
The Roman Forums are mainly the remains on the old columns and some of the residents of old emperors. I think they are a lot more photogenic than the hill. We get some cool cloud detail in the sky so we're happily snapping away. We farewell this area of Rome and go in search ...
... World Cup. The atmosphere was pretty awesome! The pub is known for getting people to dance on the tables and chairs. So after the World Cup game a live band played a bunch of well known songs and we enjoyed a VERY hot night dancing on the ...
... to prove their strength, people who pay to watch & bet on the outcome.
The building itself, a crumbling mess that has had so much history of use, reconstruction & restoration was fantastic! I was disappointed to be there in the mid-day sun where the photographic opportunities were limited. The crowds frustrated me & the lack of time to do the reading & listening about the history also disappointed me. It was a place I could have spent more time exploring. ...
... had a chat to a nice couple from South Africa while we travelled, then when we arrived, we got our bearings and walked down to the hostel. The check in was in a self service laundry place, and there was a really friendly girl from Egypt who welcomed us, and gave us a complimentary bottle of wine! When she finished talking to us, the man there gave us a map of the city and went through the sights outlining what we could do on each day. But he talked so fast! ...