Idea Hotel Pomezia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Last for the students was the ultimate challenge. One of the substitute teachers, whom the school sent as an extra chaperone, was dressed as a gladiator, with leather arm shield, trident, and net. Each student was given a chance to go against the gladiator with sword and shield in hand. Their job was to evade him during the battle. Next year, I want to taken on this role! I'd get 'em ...
Tired does not even begin to express how I feel. It was another hot day in Rome. Even though we left the hotel early, 7:30, there were he's of people lined up to get into the Vatican Museum. I am eternally grateful that we are on a tour and not trying to do these things ourselves. We just walk past everyone and we have someone to tell us what is going on. It would be so easy to miss the most important things. We also got to see things that the general public do not. On the Vatican ...
... We'd love to know what time all those before us arrived-- some looking so good too! The Italian's really dress up!!! We joined in the line and by 7:45 it began moving. We thought our tickets would be collected or stamped, but no, no one needed our ticket. Our bags were ever so briefly checked. It got a bit dicey turning the corner towards the bag check, but we managed to stick together, and others were mindful that we were pulling children in with ...
... special. Joelene said that she was particulary moved when we were in the base of the colosseum looking up through the entry to the stands and you could almost feel how daunting it would have been as a gladiator! The forum was also pretty amazing as no matter where you looked everything was 2000 years old. For me the tomb of Ceasar was pretty cool and also the Gemonian steps were also a real eye opener. These were also called the ...
... seen. We did find the shop again, and we made some purchases. After this we followed the map and made it to a street that was indicated to us as being a shopping street. Along this street we made some other purchases for clothing and cufflinks etc. The weather was extremely hot, so we made the conscious decision to head back to the hotel. We arrived back and some cool drinks on the main ...