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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sheep. This place makes a live sheep export ship look like a luxurious cruise liner. We skip the queues again but once inside the place was as full as a fat Sheila's shoes. We shuffled around the building for well over an hour before we got to the chapel itself and when we did there was a service of some description going on and the chapel was overflowing with sweaty, smelly europeans.
Could not get out of there quick enough, if ...
... it was built. We walked past the prime ministers house and heard about the frivolities of balisconi who slept with many prostitutes at his bungabunga parties. We saw the roman Forman, a market place built in the time of Julius Caesar to keep the people happy and encourage the economy. Finally we finished at the colosseum in the evening which was huge and very impressive. The only damage that it has encountered ...
... them being Australian. NExt thing you know he puts on Saturday Night Fever and we are singing, dancing and clapping. Music speaks all languages!!!! At dinner we were serenaded first by a guitarist, then by a trio which combined with a warm evening, small street, great food and wine, contributed to a pretty good time. Next random location turned out to be the shopping strip of via tomacelli where Tori experienced her highlight. Do it yourself ...
... the rulers. Augustus included a Temple to Mars Ultor the God of War. When the site was excavation 3 Corinthian columns that once stood 15 meters (about 45 feet) in height were found. Augustus reined from 27 BC to 4 AD.
Next we walked the short distance to the Colosseum. Started by Emperor Vespasian in 75 AD and finished by his son Emperor Titus in 80 AD. It was built by Jewish prisoners. Its true name is Flavian’s Amphitheater, though ...
... them look the same. The dome on one is round and the dome on the other is oval to appear the same size! Clever :) the final side of the square that we entered on had a big archway and was actually the old entrance to Rome and where the phrase all roads lead to Rome comes from because you had to come through here to get into Rome. - Next stop, the Spanish steps. I didn't really know anything about these but they were fairly meh. Especially because the fountain ...