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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... tour passed without incident, but I certainly paid a lot more attention to where I was going!
We made a quick visit to the Catacombs of St. Sebastian. In Roman times, no one was allowed to be buried within the walls of the city. There are about 40 catacombs scattered outside the walls of ancient Rome. The bones of Saints Peter and Paul were once hidden for safekeeping in the St. Sebastian Catacombs.
By this evening, I was feeling worse but managed to enjoy ...
... lamp shades directly over the sushi prep area while a second work is prepping sushi. Added protein, anyone?
We head through security relatively quickly, though chose the slowest line, as per usual. It never ceases to amaze me how we can do that every time.
We pass by team #2 on the way to our reassigned boarding gate, pick up a couple of bottles of water for the flight, tehn watch the plane ...
... it all!! The ancient, the new, the gritty, the beautiful, the history, the chaotic and flamboyant, the culture, a foodies heaven, monuments galore. There really is no other place like it! We went to all the must see sights that I remember fondly from visiting with mum, Em, and J 8 years ago, as well as some new unseen places. I was just as struck by and in awe of Rome now as I was then, and it was lovely to now have memories of Rome to share with Mikey, including celebrating his ...
... mowing the lawns !
Any way, found an espresso , more sugar, had to make a decision what to do next.
We walked to Plaza del Popolo, below the gardens in old Rome. Then off to town. , needed cash and to find an ATM was very difficult. We're cross with each other for a bit, separate sides of the road, no friggin ATM but did find Shelly and Keats hang out,,, closed at the time, ...
... bought them at the counter). We had to wait a little bit (I think it was about 10-15 minutes) for the train, but we finally made it onto the train, and on our way into Milan proper!
The train ride from the airport is about an hour, and as we were on the train, it didn't really settle in that I was here, in Italy again, after 6 years. We passed by countryside, and I tried to take it all in. Finally, upon arriving in Milano ...