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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Exciting to go inside the colosseum and see how massive it is. Holds 50,000 people and had shades on the top. Not much different than our sport domes today. Amazing to see how underneath the stage that they hoisted people and animals up on stage to kill each other. Weird that they thought watching people kill each other was entertainment. The building was just one example we saw of how massive and impressive ...
... Julius Caesar's tomb. It was crazy to think that we walked down the same cobblestone paths as many famous iconic people, maybe even Julius Caesar! Although we did not stay long because of the heat. It was very hot in the early to late morning and we were all swelltering in the heat. We took a lot of pictures and seflies! Next we walked around the ancient city of Rome. The city was beatiful as we walked down the cobblestone paths. We ate ...
... a nice space outside the school on the main road - which we did. We got our stuff in, set up and waited for the littlens. What I forgot about this school is that there are quite a few native English students that go here. In our first audience we had a fair few who knew lots of the answers to question during the story telling. They were small audiences which was sweet as everyone got to have a break and as I was doing a lot of ...
... piccolo, it was a great evening. All the ladies got roses and kisses after the meal. The aunties were not happy with the music the band was playing and requested more Italian music - so the guys played "Its a moray" special request.
After the meal we made our way back to the coach to see a bit of Rome by night. Wow – the Colosseum, the arch, the old Roman baths – it all looked lovely in the closing dusk. Was a shame to go ...
Early start for our tour of the Vatican City this morning. The Top Deck bus dropped us off at the Vatican where we met our guide for the morning. Toured through the Labrynth that is the Vatican City. Highlights were the Sistene Chapel and St Paul's Cathedral. Stood in Sistene Chapel for about 20mins looking at the ceiling that Michelangelo created over 4 years, 18 hours a day. Now that is commitment! Managed to lose two of ...