Tempio Di Pallade
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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Ciao!!! Went to Colosseum in the morning. Queue to get in was not that bad compared to the Vatican. However we took a guided group tour to explore the Colosseum and it's history. Apparently this is the largest open-air theatre ever built in the history and considered as one of the greatest work of architecture made and used by the Roman Empires. Then we visited the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. Had some nice pizzas and Arancini balls from a small pizza tavern on a side street ...
... did not have to rush. We could board early, etc.
So we looked up at the departures board and realized we were there so early our train wasn’t even on the board yet. By about an hour before, maybe a little less, our train appeared. But no platform yet. In other words, we couldn’t get any closer to our track because we didn’t know where the train would come in. By 40 minutes before, it still isn’t up there. Jeff was very ...
... sense) half lined with pillars and top with statues of old popes. In the middle was an obelisk, a pagan symbol, topped off with a cross to become a Christian symbol.
Buoyant and full of energy we breezed through security and queued for the toilets. Then we bought queue-jumping tickets (well worth it) for the day's papal activities.
First was Saint Peter's Bascilica. Wow, absolutely amazing, paintings and statues and the grandess blew you away ...
... who asked for more money for coffee for minding it! We headed out to our Airport Motel. Everything went like clockwork. We booked in- dumped our cases then drove our hire car out to the Euro Car depot. We have travelled a total of 3,813 Kms without one don't or scratch. We were so proud of ourselves. Mark managed many very crowded capital cities right across Europe. What a legend! We head to the airport at. 8.30 am tomorrow to start the next leg of our journey! GREECE!!! Yay ...
... may be unfair to so many others. We will have to give this some more consideration, but I am sure we are going to be asked what our favourite place was. We will let you know what we have decided; when we next see you! Now, I am going to try and have a little kip - ciao, au revoir, bon voyage! It is now fourteen hours later and we are waiting in Hong Kong airport for the last leg of our journey. We didn't get much sleep but I ...