Aelius B&B by Roma Inn
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Great service, good view
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Tired! Good spa :) Ate at a cafe on the corner and walked for ages looking for a sim :( From 26 hours travelling-train-Rome-hotel- sim/dinner- spa- bed!
... magnificent Altare della Patria. It is a massive marble structure, which according to Google (which I just found out now – we could only gawk when we saw it) is a temple honoring Italy’s first king and it’s first world war soldiers. It was truly breathtaking.
From there we decided to go back to the Pantheon. We’d walked past it on Sunday, but had to hurry past to make our lunch reservation. This time we ...
... which was a collection of some of his inventions reproduced from drawings. Glad I ticked that box before leaving Italy. One last glimpse down at a spectacular night view over Rome and it's arrividerci Italia. And Europe. It's been a life changing experience and I would live to come back. Tash is in love with a Russian boy and is pining ...
... sites by chance as we walked to our destination, such as the extravagant Victor Emmanuel Monument. The Trevi Fountain was drained and mostly covered as it was under construction, which was a pretty major disappointment, but apparently something that happens pretty frequently in Rome. After that we headed to the Spanish Steps, with the small fountain there also caged for construction. We had a seat, enjoying the much milder temperature ...
... the Po plain, crossing the rolling Appennines and stopped at Assisi in the afternoon. At Assisi we visited the St. Francis basilica which was a very beautiful building with amazing frescoes. Whilst it was great to see the St. Francis basilica I get the sense that I'm intruding in places such as these as it is a place of faith and worship and I'm just there to have a look. Anyway, at least we show due respect for such a place, unlike the people who decided they would take photos ...