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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
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... best I've ever had in my life - Annapaola agreed! ... Sorry Mam. Thanks also to a good friend from home Peter, for chilling and having a few beers with me at Campo de' Fiori... Good times! Time however, is moving on very quickly at the moment and I'm making my way up to Genova to check out Cinque Terre prior to my teaching placement. Let's hope the next few weeks are as fun filled as Perugia, Croatia and Rome. I'll be checking in just before I start. Until then - Ciao, for ...
... of the president of Italy. The location, on top of one of Rome's seven hills, affords a very nice view! Good for the previous popes, and the current president to be able to keep an eye on their subjects!
We shopped in the leather district before walking over to the Triton Fountain. After some pictures, we stopped for a final gelato before calling it a night...and a vacation. Home tomorrow. ...
... all of the Egyptian museum pieces and there were at least another 16 exhibits to go including the sistine chapel (or should that be cisteen C - EYE - S). Just the egyptian exhibit is likely to be one of the worlds greatest collections. This stuff dates back to 3600bc. Joelene was very impressed with this one. Outside of the set exhibit areas in one of the hallways between, Joelene spotted in just one amongst hundreds of glassed displays a ...
... the area. We also visited the roman forum, which is a large section of excavated ruins right beside the colosseum. It really puts into perspective just how rich in history Italy is. The area is huge and unfortunately I wasn't interested in every corner- it's impressive but too much for little unfit me.
Our last day was planned to be a relaxed one. First a trip to the beautiful villa borghese garden. The garden has a large green landscape and ...
... is perfect. It was really cool. And as for St. Peter's Cathedral.. Amazing. It remains the largest church in the world.. Unreal) After this we went off to the Colosseum!!!!! Outside there are all of these people selling dearer (more expensive) tickets with the plus side of skipping the ginormous line out the front of it. So we bought those. The Collosseum is also much much older than anything in Australia so of course we were entranced ...