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... of Augustus was found inside. This was a lush painted garden consisting of different types of trees, flowers, and birds. The colors are vibrant but very calming. Lots of blues and greens that make you feel a sense of relaxation. The paintings are so natural and create a feel of actually being outside. This room is important because it shows the lifestyle ...
... us free access through the fast lane. That was great. We also got the audio guide for 5.50 E. I probably wouldn't recommend that if you have a decent book. There are only 6 audio stops on the tour plus two or three other "bonus" tracks. Not really worth it, in my mind. There was a special exhibition on libraries and books on display that was interesting-- it included illustrations of famous libraries of antiquity, a discussion of scrolls vs ...
... which would take us directly to the Ambasciatoria Palace Hotel for a one’s night stay before our return to Venice by train.
Our Windstar hostess aboard the bus, Elena (definitely a charmer!), pointed out the historic sites as we made our way out of the harbor area and onto the highway to Roma. During the ride in, she walked up the aisle and stopped to ask each couple if they had any questions. She even gave us her recipe for pesto after showing us the ...
... threw his Telstra SIM to a busker in London instead of coins. Also, an ANZ ATM at Southern Cross station confiscated his bank card for too many incorrect PIN attempts. Probably should sort that out. We do. We tired. We stumble. This blog stumbles. Thank you for reading. It has been an absolutely wonderful trip and we thank you all so much for helping make it so incredibly special.
Laters. Afscheid. Au revoir. Arrivederci!
Laura & ...
... hair growing long to cover her shame. Her bones is in a tomb inside the church.
Another large square is Piazza Venezia which has a large statue dedicated to Vittorio Emanuele II who is the first king in Italy. The statue is so big the horse can fit 20 men in it. Behind the statue is a national museum.
Saving the best for last we walked down the street looking down at the Roman Forums all lit up at night. Then we got to the all mighty Colosseum. Was ...