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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... As I am writing this, we are waiting 8 hours in transit in Rome on our way to Romania. We also had the whole of the Manchester City football team walk past us in the flight lounge and I managed to get a photo with one of the players (didn't have any idea of who the people were at the time, just thought I'd join in with everyone else taking photos with them) feel free to tell me who he is haha. Will write next once I have settled in Romania ...
... and NYC's Central Park. Romans come to jog, walk, walk their dogs, and play pick up games. The Borghese family were a family of popes and cardinals that lived in the lap of luxury. One of the Cardinal Borghese built the villa which houses the museum to show off his collection. The building itself is a work of art and the walls and ceilings are painted with frescoes and the floors are marble and mosaics . Considering he was suppose to be a religious man it is surprising how ...
... I catch the shuttle back to the hotel.
Dianne and I wander out to the town later to get some tea, we find a place selling calamari and chips, nice and fresh. We have that sitting on the balcony with a couple of beers for me and Dianne and it is a very pleasant end to the day.
Tomorrow we all fly off separate ways with Dianne and the kids back in Australia on Monday night at 10:30.
... but is now largely a big dusty and empty field. From there we drove out past the old city walls and along a portion of the Appian Way to the Catacombs of Callisto. These are one of the many catacombs around Rome. These particular catacombs cover some 20km on 4 levels and are a real maze. They are noted for having held the remains of a number of popes. We toured a small area of the catacombs, visiting chambers ...
The line for Customs snaked around a corner. Queue jumpers (and there were plenty!) copped a serve from an older Australian lady who wasn't going to allow such impudence! "The queue," she would proclaim loudly, finger pointed aft, "starts back there!" Disappointingly, we didn't rate a stamp in our passports... A lovely Italian man named Peter met us as we emerged from baggage collection. He spoke little English big pointed out a few landmarks on our way into Rome. Matt says ...