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Today we landed in ROME!!! After being awake for over 45 hours, not including a few short naps over the 18 hour plane ride from LAX, to Charlotte, to Rome, I was definitely happy and excited to finally be in the Eternal City. I was surprised how easy it was to go through the passport check and customs, it was literally just a walk through! We finally grabbed our luggage and after a small struggle with which taxi to take (UCEAP instructions seemed to conflict with both the city taxis and ...
... Located in the small valley between the Palatine and Capitoline Hills, the Forum today is a sprawling ruin of architectural fragments and intermittent archaeological excavations attracting 4.5 million sightseers yearly.
National Museum Of Rome. The National Museum of Rome, which possesses one of the world's most important archaeological collections, is housed in three different facilities: the Baths of Diocletian, which include ...
... almost finished by the time the last lot entered the restaurant. The burgers were awesome and massive! The atmosphere was electric, having just performed our final concert in the Pantheon. At one stage the staff in the Hard Rock Cafe started a conga line and many of our students joined in. The Hard Rock Cafe shop attached to the restaurant was a big hit with the students. Due to taking some time to be seated we had to call the busses and ask them to pick us up at ...
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We have just finished eating breakfast in the dining room down stairs.
we are on the 6th. floor and the lift is ANCIENT..2 people at a time...so slow.!
Stuart woke at 6.30am after sleeping for 16 hours straight. He is as bright as a I have seen him for ages.
I think I got about 5 hours all up..but not feeling too bad at the moment.
Going for a walk soon........left ...
The Forum is not know as 'The Crystal Maze' in any guidebook or history book. It is what I have named it for reasons which will become clear soon. After exiting the colosseum I was greeted by Greg, a Romanian in a Chelsea shirt! Sadly this one was not Dan Petrescu, which would have been great as one of my university friends earned the nickname 'Dan' due to his likeness of the mid nineties footballer. Again we were able to skip ...