Aklesia Suite B&B - Colosseo
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... br> We were supposed to meet the boys at the airport. Got out and no boys! They had gone to the other airport in Rome. Anyway, after a bit of kerfuffle, we all met up.
I got to practice my Italian and managed to haggle with the taxi driver to take all 5 of us and luggage to our apartment for 60 Euros. Thought I did well but later discovered that I was ...
... a picture with my hand coming out the mouth of one of these heads. As the picture was being taken some museum employees came out the door right next to me. I'm not sure if they saw, or how much they saw but I heard them speaking among themselves in Italian and they sounded disapproving. Nearby was the National Museum of Rome. This museum had statues and mosaics, which were nice, but would really stood out to me was its hall of monsters. It went through mythology and ...
... pizzeria and we were served four different kinds of pizza which we all loved trying! We got back to the hotel around 8:30 pm and we all packed and got ready to head back to Indiana! What a great experience this journey has been! We have gotten to know each other better, have met new people along the way, have seen history with our own eyes and have been immersed in cultures different than our ...
... area providing space for three significant fountains, including as the centrepiece the Fountain of the Four Rivers. Around the edges, the outdoor seating for the many restaurants and cafeterias encroached on the central area. This time it was the Rome’s main outdoor Xmas market with lots of peddlers selling Indian and Chinese scarves, bubble blowing toys, tickets to "hop on, hop off" tour buses and lots of other "madam, you must buy this" ...
... Forum and palatine hill were great as well. Seeing pieces of what used to be the center of the greatest city in the world made me wonder if in 2,000 years people will be visiting the ruins of New York City. Look there's the head of the Statue of Liberty! A fossilized piece of Tina Fey and Woody Allen! After visiting the ruins I walked towards the Vatican and stopped in at ...