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- Free parking
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... light didn't go on. We walked across to the hotel and as a result we are now in their 4 star hotel for two nights. After one glass of Prosecco at dinner and a complimentary nip of Lemoncello which had more "cello" (I'm referring to the alcohol) than lemon, I had no problem suggesting to hotel staff that they move us to a hotel room. Well there was a little more to it than that and it wasn't in ugly tourist mode either. Bridget considered the ...
... The Italians have essentially illustrated the whole story of Trajan and the two wars with Dacia by photographing the entire frieze in segments and photoshopping them all together so it reads like a long adventure story, laid out in the area next to the actual column and the forum.
What is a forum? Well, for hundreds of years they were the center of public life in Rome. Apparently they were also a terrific way to show off what a ...
... I just missed them as I heard them and walked quickly, but they had stopped when I got there, so disappointed with this. Confession: bought a pair of hand made sandals! So cute and cheap! There are more show shops in the part of Split I went to, than any other place I have been! all with summer sales too! I had organised for the taxi driver that took me to Split, to come back to where he dropped me off 2 hrs later to pick me up, take me back to the hotel and then onto ...
... stands but cannot compete with the amount of additional space that is provided below the surface. The queuing took over an hour (fortunately most of this under the building and so relatively cool) and eventually we entered the stadium on the second floor level. I wondered how many slaves died during the building process?? The whole place is totally stunning and impressively built.
Back on the bus and on the way to the Castello Sant'Angelo. ...
... it feel a little more like Christmas for us. We will miss seeing family and friends but we are all excited by experiencing Christmas in the snow.
Today is our first day exploring Rome. We had our agenda set and our map in hand so we were ready to go. We walked to all of our destinations and then caught the metro back home. Ro had said that Rome is so easy to walk and he was right. Even though we walked a lot it’s the only way to see Rome. First stop was down towards the ...