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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... I decided to sit down, watch and take some deep breaths! Hard not to get agitated with all that going on. I was more angry with the very poor communication….Italian style that’s for sure. No one was telling us anything. What to do? Where to go? What was happening next? What to expect?
Finally we followed the gang out to a waiting bus (one bus!) and waited for a while for the next. I think we picked the wrong bus as ...
... Roman Forum. The tour company had various levels of the tour that you could opt for and we decided to go with the cheaper and potentially larger group tour but we were very pleasantly surprised when we ended up in a very small group of only 6 people plus our guide. We were whisked around the perimeter of the Colosseum by our guide and we could immediately tell that it was going to be an interesting and entertaining tour simply based on her energy level and propensity ...
... as leaned a lot of history. That night we went to the Vatican Museum. We toured ancient artifacts and saw Michalangelos Sistine chapel. It was great to see the Vatican at night as there were fewer crowds. Woke up early the second day and visited the Bourghese gallery which had a huge collection of sculptures and paintings. There were many amazing sculptures of Bernini, a very famous sculpture during ...
... and I cross into/thru the gate, two security guards rush us and pull us both aside. Again, they searched us
from top to bottom. This time we made it.
Fortunately, we had 3 hours at the airport after we arrived and unfortunately, we used up all that time checking in.
The nine hour flight to Chicago gave us plenty of time to dream about the marvels of spectacular
Stan and Cindy
... Was bit lady tasty but we didn’t get sick.
The Pantheon was next and we stopped in at Sarah’s favourite pizza store which serves slabs that are then sandwiched together. I had a spinach one which was bit more spicy than I thought it would be. After we finished eating, we could explore the Pantheon, Joel and I went in and saw the devil’s hole. It was amazing thinking that parts of it dated back to 27BC. We walked around the outside and could ...