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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Family rooms
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... as it was a long journey. That didn't happen, i loaded the bus and if i was 1 person earlier i would of had a whole 2 seats so i got stuck sitting next to an Italian man who thought he had the rights to both the arm rests. So not only did i have the ****** isle seat but I didn't even get the bloody arm rest. The worst thing was is that i had stayed up the night before because i wanted to sleep the whole trip on the bus. Well that did not happen. The bus left at ...
... Roman records were kept.
Wow, within 45 minutes we had moved from 21st century to looking at ruins from 200 BC!!
We walked down to a viewing area that overlooked Ancient Rome ruins that are walled off and require paid admission. Looking down and across this amazing site, with our guide book in hand, we tried to identify where various structures might have been located. While there are some buildings either in tact, restored or in some state of ...
... to have a very simple day and make final preparations for the trip home on Thursday. I will probably walk the kilometre or so to the hotel complex shopping centre to have a little look around and get some fruit for lunch. Posh hotels charge ridiculous amounts of money for plain food. It makes me cross to pay $10au for a half glass of orange juice when I can buy a bottle for $5au, so the walk, my stomach and my sense of fair price will be met. It seems as though it is going to be quite hot ...
We flew out of Perth at 11pm on Wednesday night 5th of June. Had a nice flight to Doha for a stopover, for 2 hours. Then flew to Rome. We had a young Indian couple sitting in front of us who decided that joining the 'Mile High' club might add some spice to their trip, but putting a blanket over themselves doesn't hide the fact that amorous things are afoot as 'Sherlock' would say. Well something ...
... St. Peter's square with the intention of buying the "fast pass" tickets for a specific time and returning later to go through the vatican museum. Best laid plans came crashing down when we came around the corner and saw thousands of people milling around, or watching the big screens and intently listening to the Pope! There he was, giving a speech...I don't know what the occasion was or why he was there but it certainly put a kibosh ...