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... main shopping street we also popped into a couple of amazing churches including the amazing Pantheon, Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain, all free and made for a pretty busy first day, I hope Tony's parents know what they are letting themselves in for! We also had to laugh as we saw bag sellers being chased by police which seemed pretty fruitless overall, it looked like a scene from the keystone cops, no sooner had they been chased, they were soon ...
... intact she never has has any fast food so I thought she was joking, but she was being serious. We previously walked past one just before the Spanish steps so we headed back there to have our early dinner.
After our early dinner we headed to piazza del Popolo which wasn't too far away. This again is a very nice piazza with stunning architecture all round. The main road in Rome is called Via del Corso which connects piazza del Popolo to piazza Venezia. The road ...
... smile trying to cross borders without the right information and documentation. Turns out, he just looks at the cover of our passports, gives me a big smile and says "Ok, welcome to Italia!" and moved us on.
2 Euro for a trolley. And I was under the misconception it was only Australian airports that charged for vital pieces of equipment. Conveniently the powers that be, thoughtfully place a change machine next to the trolley bay. As I ...
... friendly. Food good. Took ages to get the bill. On our return journey through the piazza, an enterprising vendor thrust three long stemmed roses into my hand. I initially pushed them away but he pushed them back into my hand. So I took them and kept walking - but he wanted to be paid! Should have handed them back at this point but handed over 15 Euro instead. Sigh. They're lovely but what am I going to do with them now? See ...
... box with the room number. When that happens, a red LED turns on. That apparently also switches off power to the room. However, when the Maids need to clean the room, rather than have to run up to the desk to get the key unplugged, they insert a "Maid’s Plug” into a jack in the room, which switches on the power. It’s a bit “low tech” but still very effective. One other thing I noticed was their very dated CCTV Monitors ...
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