Green Park Hotel Pamphili
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the ship we notice a lot of new people, there also seems to be quite a few children.
On the ship and back to the room and, yes, the bar has been filled again. As we don’t drink we have over 40 small bottles of spirits to take home and annoy the kids with.
We are tired so go to our favourite spot near the International Café and listen to a local from Rome singing classical/opera music; it was ok, but not our style of music. We sit and watch ...
... 92] This means that were Rome a country, it would be the world's 52nd richest country by GDP, near to the size to that of Egypt. Rome also had a 2003 GDP per capita of €29,153 (US$37,412), which was second in Italy, (after Milan), and is more than ...
... you do when you're with Ang. Their daughter is a barista and wanted to eat there as she'd read that the restaurant has the best coffee in Rome. The family of five had a meal and coffee each. The father got quite a surprise to get a bill for 223 euros for lunch - that's about NZ$350. For their dinner tonight we suggested hamburgers or the restaurant went to last night. The main shopping street in Rome is Corso and it starts at Piazza del Popolo and runs about 3km in a straight line ...
... amp; I decided to try & visit something called the Republica. This turned out to be a little disappointing, but there was a nice Basilica, Santa Maria de Angel for our photos and it was a nice walk down a couple of the main "shopping drags" We had planned to go & take some night photo shots at the colosseum tonight, but while we were waiting for it to get a little darker, the rain set in again, so here's hoping for a better weather outlook tomorrow night ...
... stores also exist up the hills surrounding the blocks beyond the square. And, people, shoppers, everywhere. This town square is known for covering its 25 foot wide walkway that circles the square with ground that serves as a race track for an infamous horse race where the horses are the adulated heroes of a three day party that focuses on wine, beer, many thousands of partners who watch and celebrate the HERO horse who wins the race.