Rise and shine! Another day!
However, this was not only another day, but the last day of our Saturnian vacation. So therefore it would be the shortest. But we decided to really make this one count, so we did.
We went on a guided tour of City Hall, which not only boasts its colossal dome, but also lovely hallways, stairwells, and rooms. The tour covers the mayor's reception room (provided it isn't in use at the moment, as it was not when we came), the City Council caucus room, which is incredible, and the Rotunda. From the ground floor, one can look straight up into the dome, but the rotunda can also be accessed from the second and third floors. There are also portraits and statues of previous city officials, as well as a few paintings regarding the city's history. It is where the city is run, and lives up to that title.
After City Hall, it was unfortunately time to go. So we returned to the hotel, where we packed our belongings, and prepared to head back to the airport.
As we walked into the subway go to to the airport, I took a glance up. There was the Prominence Bank Tower, where our visit had started. It was five days ago, but seems like forever. Afterwards, we headed back into the subway.
The airport was almost exactly as it had been. Therefore, we got off in front of the domestic flights terminal, and headed on in.
Saturnia is a great city. And the thing with travelling is that it's how you learn, and the places that you visit stick with you. The sights you saw stay in your memories and make for good stories to tell. That's why you should travel, because it will bring the best of you.