Hotel Indigo Rome - St. George
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Pretty much at the heart of everything. So easy to get to all the major stuff on foot. And the hotel is good quality without being stuffy.
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... up the hill entering the city via large caverns within the city walls. On the way down you take a funicular (sloping rail car) and then climb in a mini monorail rail car and travel the remainder of the way to the bottom of the hill to the railway station. The city has a university and apparently the govt thought the transport expenditure was worthwhile. All very modern and interesting in an ...
- One of the joys of touring is collapsing into a comfortable bed with fresh sheets every night. The hotel rooms in Europe are generally keep very warm and we often wake up stiflingly hot. Our wake up call is 6.00 or 6.30 depending if we are leaving the city or not. Luggage must be put outside the doors half an hour later and then there is 1 hour for breakfast before being ready for the coach.
- This morning we picked up a local guide. It was ...
... we hit the buffet. Was a bit disappointed that a couple sat at the table right next to us and there were plenty other tables for them to sit at. Was relieved that they were fast eaters & left, it is just hard for me to talk with strangers so close by.
After our last breakfast in Rome, we headed down the street to catch the city bus. Today Jeff wanted to go to the museum at the Castel Sant'Angelo. It was about a 30 minute ride to our ...
... One of the most amazing things I think we learned however is why there is constantly running water all over Rome. They were literally so smart that they designed a system that delivered 40 gallons of water per person per day, and it was clean water to boot. The kicker? That type of efficiency was not seen again in Rome until the 1970s because of the dark ages, and the 1980s in places like New York, unreal. That's ...
... name which introduced the picture. So it's seems that there isn't any history about making a wish before throwing the coin and the wish will come true. People I know seems to tell me this and I have yet to find any logic to that. It is probably the scenes in the movies that suggest this. We already know how media can affect people and this is a good example. Not that the money thrown is not for a good cause as the money collected in the fountain have been used to subsidised ...