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... NOT. Cobblestones are NOT luggage friendly, just saying.
Our hotel is the Hotel Art, in via Margutta. Nice from the outside…seems promising. The lobby/restaurant is cool. GREAT art collection (duh)…this looks REALLY promising. Up to the room….****! Not so promising. TINY, I mean SMALL room with a small bathroom. Oh well! Can’t win 'em all. We unpacked and decided to take a walk (did I ...
... Palace and what's left of Julius Caesar's tomb, which was super cool. After this we made our way to the Pantheon. We were amazed at the giant hole in the ceiling and the drains that stop the place from flooding, as well as the beautiful sculptures and paintings around. We had pizza for lunch right next to a market, and this was just before going to the Pantheon. The pizza was some of the best any of us had ever tasted. We toured around the market for a bit, commenting ...
... because prices sail up, the closer you are to the date of your stay when you book. In spring or Autumn I have found in most other places there is no problem finding accommodation. SIM cards from TIM for iPad and phone were terrific, and good value, purchased from the TIM shop on the first level at Termini Stazione, where they set up the iPad and the phone for me. 75 Euro total. 10 gig of data on the iPad, and 3 gig on the phone. This shop is open 7 days. ...
September 23rd: We had a "Study Day" but I'm pretty sure they just called it a study day because they didn't want to admit it was just another free day. We really didn't have too much to study for but regardless, I still did some homework and then did some shopping for snacks. That was the first time I had gone shopping by myself since being in Rome, so I found out how it would be to struggle in another language by yourself. I had purchased a six pack of large waters and I put ...
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Spent the last moments in Pompeii looking around the other public places, the theatre (for plays) and amphitheatre (for gladiators) are particularly well preserved. I even tested out the acoustics haha, very good and penetrating! I think it’s because many of the houses in Pompeii collapsed from the weight of the ashes but since the theatres are open, they just remained preserved. It was one of the ...