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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and served very rare. It was a challenge and I can't say we cleaned our plates, but we gave it a crack and I'm pleased to say I can cross that one off my bucket list. The next day we succumbed to the pushy tourist mode of transport - the Segway. Being short of time, the Segway allowed us to quickly zip from one sight to the next. People do scramble out of your way - kind of like how you feel driving a ...
... Nate finally got fed up and said “they need to man up and get a real job….”
Tonight was a quiet night on the ship. The kids went and hung out in the “kids club” while Hilary and I enjoyed a nice dinner just the two of us. I, however, was literally falling asleep during dinner and crawled in to bed around 9:30. I was sound asleep shortly after that and even basically slept through the kids returning to the room. ...
... in a gorgeous old art deco building, big high ceilings and windows and a front door that is like a castle door. Really lovely. The hosts told us that we should go for a night walk around the city as it was a public holiday for Independence day. The city is absolutely gorgeous. So old and beautiful with so many cathedrals and piazza for us to look at tomorrow. It is a city that words can't do justice you will just have to look at the pictures because it is just tooo ...
... removed and placedc in churches after Emperor Constantine made Christianity a state religion in the 3rd century. There were many tiny cavities and we were told up to 40% of those buried were children. We were not able to take photos inside. Some of the tombs owned by wealthy people has frescoes and there were many fragments of marble showing various early Christian symbols such as the fish, the Greek P and X which stands for Christ, and people standing ...
17 minute walk to the Cupola del Brunelleschi. Thank god for the GPS on our phones because each narrow street looked exactly the same as the other narrow street.
Check out the photos. Had to queue for 45 mins to get into the tower. It was 414 steps to the very top although you could stop at 2 levels to take photos as an excuse for a rest to prevent from dying. Very ...