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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... The gentleman we spoke to didn’t sound too positive. He said there were things nearby but he indicated he would not really call them good. I took another map from him with the local places listed and we went upstairs.
Jeff only had one pair of shoes for the trip so he was going to have no option but to wear his really wet ones out tonight, but I was changing into different shoes first thing! We both got out of our wet clothes, hung them up to dry ...
... we wanted a ride and we took it - great call, as it was at least 80 degrees, the ride was only 10 Euros and we would have spent hours trying to find the hotel. After relieving ourselves of the luggage and with a map we were off to see as much of Rome as possible, starting with the Colosseum. We were able to find ruins and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Monument in no time...then around the corner was the Colosseum. We bought a ticket and was able ...
... the fountain but we were still able to climb the steps, to a great view of Rome.
As usual Zac was having another grumpy day, he did not want to walk and made it very difficult for all of us. As it was such a hot day we decided to go to a nearby park, which proved to be very popular ...
... and Tinks came along for the drive. I decided to spend a day, the 3rd, in Venice, and reunite with the folks in Rome the following day, which is later this evening. 80 Euro’s was the total fare from SBT to Venice (comprising two train changes, at Ancona and Bologna) and Venice to Rome (direct, no changes). On the drive back to the hotel I asked Jai why the Italians were so stylish. In reply he asked me why Malyalees liked coconut. Yeah, his analogy was ...
... blown away by the culture and architecture of the city.
A few streets further and we made it to the apartment where we are staying ("Residenza Toniolo Navona Pantheon" (AirBnB) on Largo Giuseppe Toniolo). It is in a perfect location - almost dead centre between Piazza Navona to the west and the Pantheon to the east. It is in a busy little neighbourhood with lots of shops, restaurants, apartments, and, of course, churches.