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Przedstawiam kolejna czesc wpisu, która bedzie przedstawiala przebieg lotu samolotu Tu-154m od startu az do katastrofy. Jako, ze od pewnego czasu intensywniej pracuje nad moim jezykiem angielskim dowiedzialem sie w koncu co to sa podcasty:) Poczatkowo sluchalem krótkich nagran 6 Minute English od BBC, ale z czasem czytajac blogi poswiecone e-biznesowi natrafilem na podcasty Patta Flynna, Foolish Adwenture, Online Business Zen.
Na poczatku moze to byc ...
... the door. We were meant to depart this apartment today (we were temporarily upgraded), but had been told not until 5.39pm. As we were leaving to head to the Forum, I chucked everything in my suitcase and locked it up (I never trust cleaners). Lucky this was the case, as while we were out, Fiona got a message saying they had moved all our stuff to the other apartment and they urgently needed the keys back, so from the forum we had to jump in a cab (which ...
We thought it might be nice to go to an Italian mass. So, we got up early. Liana had coffee and pastries waiting for us. Got to church 5 minutes late...just like home! It was a church filled with old ladies! And, they were all looking at Jack! It could have been right out of a movie! After mass we headed up to Sellano. This is the town where my grandfather lived and my father frequented. This drive was one of the most beautiful ...
... esqe treats) and a heartfelt goodbye led us to here - a train to Naples - which had to cross the sea to get to mainland, so we travelled by ferry, still on board the train, for 30 minutes. A totally unique experience. So we might say goodbye and do another 2 part for Italy. Arrivederci (which means goodbye and see you again - as opposed to addio which is more of a 'I don't plan on seeing you again' - good to know when leaving a restaurant around here) Italian menu by ...
... buildings being in different states of ruin going from well preserved to just a block of stone on the floor.
There really is so much Roman history to see. We have another day planned in the city tomorrow and then we're going to go to the ancient port of Ostia on Saturday. On Sunday we take our first flight of the trip to Istanbul. 2 weeks in and we're only just getting started...
Now it's time to watch Gladiator to really round off the day.