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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... sight...Paris. Eiffel Tower, Barcelona. .la Rambla and Boqueria markets, Venice... St Marks Square, Florence....David and Rome..Pantheon...except it was closed when we got there at 5 pm. Am thinking Jan 6 might have some meaning regarding end of festivities..perhaps a holiday...people everywhere..maybe locals or tourists or both. Not sure. We ll head back and see the inside. Well how amazing it was in approaching it. Yes its a little lacklustre on ...
... or they were buried by time and forgotten.
The Palatine was a little easier to figure out because there were ruins of large buildings and it possible to figure out where you were on the map. For example, The Circus Maxiums (2000 feet by 400 feet) runs along the base of the Palatine Hill It is now an empty field. The Circus was used for Roman chariot races, which were among the greatest spectacles (Remember Ben Hur).
We enjoyed seeing the ruins, ...
... we found it quite easily. We shopped at a number of stores along the way and Mel bought more clothes. At the fountain we found hoards of people…nothing new there. At least I knew to toss the coin in backwards so I threw Karen’s 5-cent Euro coin in. Are you supposed to make a wish??
After the fountain, we found the Spanish Steps quickly. Again, hoards of people. We climbed a few steps and took some ...
All day train, left Rome 7.30 and arrived Syracusa 7.30 Alessandra picked us up at station; great apartment Out to fish restaurant Alessandra recommended Turned out to be a 6 course fixed price feast: Course 1 - fresh oysters (huge), prawns and sardines Course 2 - seafood soup with muscles, ...
... games' are told and I stare in awe as I try to picture 60000 people squeezing in the arena. As we move to the exterior and look at other buildings including the place where Julius Caesar was cremated, Paula and I laugh at the idea of a 'modern building' being built in the 1500s. The day is a little overwhelming and I try to comprehend everything as we are surrounded by thousands of years of history. I compare this to the two hundred years of history in Australia but I'm not quite sure ...