Golden Tulip Rome Airport
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... pawn off their latest gadget - the selfie stick) we finally arrived at the Colosseum. It is way bigger than I imagined. Literally the size of something between Rogers Arena and BC Place. It was built to hold 50-60,000 people. Took a million pics of the outside while the tickets were being purchased. Jeff was getting his first crack at his new camera too. Many police and security on site. Once we got inside we were given about 40 minutes too explore and meet back. ...
On the ancient sea route between Greece and North Africa, the city of Akragas was established by Greek settlers in 582 B.C. Described by the Greek poet Pindar as "the most beautiful city built by mortals", it rapidly rose in prosperity and importance to become one of the most important colonies of Magna Graecia. The current archaeological site of the ancient sprawling metropolis is located by the city of Agrigento on the south west coast of Sicily, two hours by train ...
... even gave you a stall to put your handbag on so you didn't have to rummage on the floor for it.
Tip 15 - Food like Mama makes?
All the guide books I read said the food would have you coming back to Rome in a heartbeat. However, I think we have such good Italian restaurants in England that this just wasn't the case. It was good food and good ice cream etc but nothing to write home about.
It sounds like I didn't have a good time ...
... front of the car. We came back to the house and I took my new french medicine. We popped a bottle of champagne in celebration of my arrival- too sweet. Then we waited for dinner by playing with the little sister, Laure. She's gonna help me become a pro. For dinner we had fries and mussels, and they were so good! Went out of my comfort zone tonight. I even had seconds. Yum. After dinner we just chatted for a while and then went to bed, just after a quick stalking of Claire's ...
Yesterday, I discovered a coffee shop located a few doors east of the hotel. I used it again today for light breakfast to start a beautiful, sunny and cool day. Marisa met us in the lobby, promptly at 10:00 AM to begin a historical walking tour of our greater, north Rome neighborhood.
We headed a block west to the top of the Spanish steps built by the French government to connect Piazza Spagna with the church serving the ...