Eurostars Roma Congress
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... of things to eat for breakfast: yogurt, granola bars, cereal, bread, espressos, juices, etc, so we were set every morning before traversing through the big city. Ulysses was shy at first, but was sleeping with us by the third night. It was nice to have the comfort of a pet as we are missing ours so very much!
Another highlight of Rome is, of course, THE FOOD. Pizza, pasta, wine, and bread are like nothing you've ever experienced. We were also pleasantly surprised by ...
... on the approach to the water bus stop were open and we saw a few more people on the approach to the stop. A few ACTV water buses came and then the Alilaguna boat arrived that would take us to the airport. It was cosy and a lot more comfortable than the regular water buses and within 45 minutes we arrived at the airport. A 50 minute flight with very smooth take off and landing and we were in Rome. Excellent service from Alitalia! Rita, our host for our apartment here ...
... br> - This place is riddled with history. You can throw a stone in any direction at any location in Rome and you will more than likely hit something of historical importance or use.
- Audio guides ROCK!!!! There are audioguide mp3's for the iPod or you can rent one at whichever attraction you're visiting and it really helps to give you a better understanding of the place and/or artifacts you are looking at.
... were used to in Australia.
Our first New Wonder of the World was Petra in Jordan. I think if we didn’t start with this one, we wouldn’t have pursued the rest. Petra was by far the most incredible sight we had ever been to. To see the remnants of an ancient civilisation that lived here and the structures they carved into the sheer ...
No appointments today, just a vague intention to visit Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, so we take it easy in the morning and don't leave the house until about midday. Angelo gives us good instructions to reach there, but at the second stop the buses just aren't arriving. After milling around for about thirty minutes with the crowd of other frustrated travellers, we decide to strike out on foot and see how far we get. Later it transpires that this ...