Suite in Rome - Residenza Cola di Rienzo
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Our flight to Rome was definitely the worst part of our trip. We waited for a while in the airport for our flight that was supposed to leave just before midnight, when we learnt it was delayed. It kept getting pushed back and all we could do was sit around being tired. They just gave us $6 food vouchers for the airport cafe, and then some fight broke out in Italian in the cafe, we think because of the **** food. Finally we got on the plane at 3am (we should have ...
... to finish the shopping excursion. Which wasn't easy, the buses were severely backed-up due to a race that had been run earlier in the day. Sardines are not packed as tightly as we were.
On Monday, Becca and I were able to enjoy an hour of sitting on the beach in the warm sun before heading off to the airport. It was a lovely visit and I look forward to enjoying doing that again next year. Because I ...
... to the breakfast room. Instead we decided to stop at a cafe across from the hotel and enjoyed cappuccinos and chocolate croissants while sitting outside on the sidewalk.
It was a beautiful, sunny Sunday morning and it was nice to sit, relax and listen to everyone around us speaking Italian. We were in a lovely area of Rome, the Via Veneto, adjacent to the Borghese Gardens.
Jeff had bought a 72 hour pass on ...
... And off I went, walking to Rome's Colosseum! Not a bad walk ... about 1/2 an hour. Past old stone walls and ruins. Arrived. Walked to the ticket place. First in line for those who had ordered on line. Exchanged my voucher for a ticket and back to The Colosseum. Huge crowds everywhere. Joined in and walked straight in. Now imagine that outer ring of the MCG, when you are inside and just walking around to find the steps up to ...
... system, but the speed limit was 100 kilometers per hour. Just a little over. Mom held her head down the majority of the ride. We were pretty shocked when we went to take our luggage into the elevator...
The next morning, we took a hop-on-hop-off bus around Rome. It was about an hour an a half to go the entire circle. We had originally planned to ride it a full ...