A Casa di Serena a San Pietro
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA Casa di Serena a San Pietro Rome
If you want to stay somewhere quiet, but close to the metro and St Peters, this is the place. Beautiful place, great hosts. Felt like home.
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Well we've finally arrived. It's about 1.30am in New Zealand but we are surprisingly awake and ready for a swim. First we stopped in Sydney. In Dubai it was so hot and it feels just as hot in Rome. The airports were so busy I thought I might get lost. We didn't get much sleep on the plane, but we got heaps of food. It felt like we were eating non-stop. We had ice cream on the trip between Dubai and Rome and it was really yummy. Thank you for reading my blog. ...
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... when artists were
experimenting with new styles and they painted a lot of scenes; parades,
ceremonies, cultural events, celebrations etc. I really liked them.
The colors were beautiful.
From there I walked to Piazza Navona again. It is quickly becoming my favorite
little area. I went into the
'erbanista’s ‘shop and spoke to the lady in there and have made a friend of ...
... Navona, the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Steps in the daylight. After dinner, we backtracked and saw everything again but at night. We took a bunch of photos. Rome is packed with people so we are being extra careful with our valuables. I must admit that some of the men selling things come right up to your face and are very aggressive...I was starting to get snappy with them.
Tomorrow will be a busy day as we head to the Forum, Palatine Hill, and the ...
... ruins were buildings, some were massive pillars and some was rubble but it was still amazing.
Then down the end of the big street we were walking was the COLOSSEUM! It was huge and lit up so it looked surreal, to be walking past ancient ruins and heading towards the colosseum was magical. We were able to take some great night photos with the colosseum and, as with all the land marks in Italy do far, admire the wares of the many many gypsies!!!