Acquedotti Antichi Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... get all that **** to sell and do they really sell enough to make a living?
Came across this packed Piazza with a working fountain. Maybe it should be renamed the Trevi Fountain. Everyone was there..even Santa. There was a walking tree terrorising little kids. Quite rightly so.
Finally arrived at the Spanish steps. Hmmm... Quiet, it is not. Romantic, absolutely not! ...
... bottom of the empty fountain. By this time, we need to start heading toward the colosseum to get lunch and meet our tour guide. On the way, we pick up some rain ponchos, as it's difficult to know whether the weather will hold. We meet our guide at a location a short distance from the colosseum, in a group of around 25 people, then head across to skip the queues and go straight in - at this time on a Sunday, he explains that it could take up to 2 hours to get in ...
Fast forward though walking about 4 miles in the rain with our luggage, passing the colleseum on the way, we made it to our apartment. We are in a 7 man apartment with 3 bedrooms, a kitchen, and two bathrooms. Our roommates are all from the UC system and are awesome kids. There are about 80 other people here in the program, also from the UCs, and we live in two apartment complexs located right up the street from eachother. We live in a ...
... coquine', but it seems I may have developed two boyfriend figures in the Netherlands now... whoops ;) On Tuesday 8 April we caught the plane to Rome. Gosh I'd had a big night the night before, and I swear my hangovers last longer these days too. A plane plus a hangover is not a good idea! But it wasn't too bad. Mum caught the hop on hop off bus for the day in Rome. Although it was a bit weird. Like because we flew with Easyjet from Lyon to Rome and ...
... is a 2,000 year old building that was a venue for entertaining the population of the city and one of the landmarks everyone thinks about when you mention Rome. It was the place to see gladiators fight to the death and accommodated 50,000 screaming fans. After the Colosseum we continued to Palatine Hill and the Forum which was considered the center of the city. We had a different guide for the second part of the tour and his enthusiasm ...