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... ground. I did notice as we got near the Black Sea we went up to 35,999 feet or 10,972 metres, apparently this is a safer height considering the dangers not far from this area. Knew we were going to Germany with the Singaporean hostesses doing announcements in German. "Meine Damen und Herren" it would start, i.e. Ladies and Gentlemen. Also it would only be on a German leg where you would have a menu with Pork, Potato and Red Cabbage. This is highly dangerous ...
... part was to be able to stand at the very height of the big C and look over the whole area and take it all in. Almost felt like we were the only ones there, magnificent as a structure, architecture at is glory, mans madness towards man as an entertainment. True madness.
Tired now, and hot, had plans to go to the Forum, but decided on lunch first. Walked past the big **** memorial of the unknown soldier, it poked its head up every where we went. I think we were ...
Jess and I arrived in Rome around 8.30am and we headed to accommodation to drop bags whilst waiting till 3 for check in.
Boys due in @ 2ish so time for a nice lunch and a visit to the Monument of Victor Emmanuel before they arrive.
Stock the kitchen and off to bed for a day tomorrow of sightseeing.
... over one million visitors for this event. After the tour, we visited the gift shop and we could buy rosaries or other religious items that the pope or cardinals would bless for us. These items were delivered to the hotel later in the evening. To complete our tour of Rome, we had some free time to shop, explore and to grab one last bite of gelato. Our last dinner together was at ...
... We walked back down the staircase to the "Fountain of the Ugly Boat", that sits at the bottom and headed for the Trevis Fountain.
Now I just expected this to be a large fountain in the middle of a square. Boy, was I wrong! It was a massive wall sculpture and to give you some idea of the scale, I am talking 50 metres wide and 26 metres high - just try to imagine this! Pick up an Olympic swimming pool and sit it on its length. It is ...