- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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The weather report said it would be colder today, but boy was it cold!! The temperature was about 39-40 all day, but with the wind it was probably close to the 20s at times. As much as our delicate San Diego minds were telling us to go back to the hotel and warm up, we braved the conditions and a ride on top of a double decker tour bus ( that had a roof but wasn't enclosed) and made it to The Colosseum.
The Colosseum definitely met our expectations. We bought the Rome Pass ...
... hit Rome at a great time because the weather was cooling off and there weren't too many tourists roaming the streets. However, we saw that the attractions were not exactly empty. People lounged wherever they could on the Spanish Steps and chatted while they ate their lunch or took pictures. Unfortunately, much of the cities historic sites are covered in scaffolding for renovations. The fountain that is usually running ...
... so efficient in their time and are still explored and seen as beautiful hundreds and hundreds of years later. What are we building in the states that will be admired by people around the world hundreds of years from now?
The second day was mostly travel. We drove in a bus (Senor Jondi is our driver) through the Tuscan countryside. It was truly breathtaking. I have seen thousands of pictures of Tuscan fields and ...
... the waiter wasn't happy about at all. Oh well, will probably never see him again! Headed back to a gelato place we had gone to the day before which had 150 flavours of gelato, the peanut butter was to die for! May have to import some back. One of the girl had a pedometer bad by the time we got back to the hotel that night we had done over 21000 steps, safe to say bed had never looked so good, even if it was the comfort equivalent of a stone ...
... hall. The Pantheon is a mix of Greek and Roman architecture. When it was originally built, it was approached by a flight of stairs, but the ground level has changed. The dome is a miracle of architectural construction—it's 43.3 meters in diameterand in height, so that the interior circumscribes a perfect sphere. If a line was ...
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