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... the carousel, so we passed the time playing eye spy and our personal favorite 'how many more bags till ours show up', needless to say my bet of 26 was way off. The train from the airport cost us a whopping €14 euro each, but at least we got seats. Our hostel was a little confusing upon arrival, with the rooms and the Yellow Bar on one side of the road and the reception building across the street. We had to wait about half an hour, but they had a ...
... we decided we need a vacation to relax from our vacation.
Our hotel was amazing and our room was actually ocean-side. We were actually a little too far up the coast that our hotel didn't exactly have a beach but right below our room was a sandy area with chairs and umbrellas for us. There was also a pool with more chairs and umbrellas and all of these areas had an amazing ocean view.
Saturday night we ate at our hotel and had some awesome seafood. ...
... The power and expanse of the Roman rule was amazing - we saw a good number of the same looking everyday objects (tweezers, dice, oil lamps) from the Roman Empire (which were unearthed all the way up in *London*) in the British Museum just last week. Their trades and skills we're clearly brought to all reaches of the Empire. Of course the 'Empire' that clearly surpassed the British and Roman one was the church. The amount of wealth and art it accumulated over ...
... inspired them in return. At the corner on the right as one begins to climb the steps, is the house where English poet John Keats lived and died in 1821; it is now a museum dedicated to his memory, full of memorabilia of the English Romantic generation. The artist’s presence attracted many beautiful women to the area, hoping to be taken as models. This in turn, attracted rich Romans and travelers. After a short time, the steps were crowded with people of all kinds ...
... sites. We ate gelato on the Spanish Steps, saw the Pantheon, and enjoyed the scenery at the Piazza Novano. At night, storm clouds rolled in on top of us. Vendors were selling ponchos and umbrellas everywhere. We didn't buy any, as it just felt like the Thunderbird was flying overhead to say thanks for visiting us. Never did rain. What a great day. Tomorrow we head to Pompeii, and Salerno the first landing on continental Europe.
Good night America. ...