- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a built up stage with facilities underneath. Gladiators and wild animals were lifted up in elevators which open via trap doors onto the stage. Fans would carve the pictures and graffiti into the stone. Things haven't changed much. We just admire people kicking balls and running instead of people skilled with sharp pointy things.
There were the usual pakistani dudes selling ...
... So scary though because it could've happened to any of us at any time, they were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Luckily he was ok though. We still went out for a nice dinner and by the time we were eating we managed to crack a few jokes about it. By now it was quite late and we all had early starts the next morning so we headed back to our hotels (much more carefully!!) and packed our bags ready to go our separate ways the next ...
... fit right in to the Roman way of life. Dad is certainly smiling. We sat at the corner cafe and caught up over a cappuccino and cornetto. It was a beautiful day and we thought we best not waste it. We left to go buy some much needed toilet paper before we were in serious trouble. What should have been an hour errand turned into a walking tour of Rome. Dina somehow managed to get us to visit all of ...
... it fell into ruin. Much of the marble and statues were reclaimed for use in a Cardinals villa nearby.
The boys took photos with their own cameras. Dan took many selfies infront of many relevant places and it soon became a game to see if they could take photos of each other by surprise. Hence it ended in an arguement between them.
Hadrians Villa was so easy to explore and very relaxing ...
We crossed the Adriatic Sea from Dubrovnik and arrived early in the city of Bari. Straight on the bikes we were meet with the reputed Italian driver and the infamous Vespa. As seasoned tourers the beeping and constant jostling for position of the cars was like water off a duck's back. Our plan was to cross straight away from Bari to the Pompeii and the Amalfi coast. Throughout my life i had always been fascinated by ...