Al Casale De Santis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... expected to use our Omnia pass to get in, but the woman behind the glass just pushed the tickets out to us and said it was free. We didn't know why it was free and didn’t ask. We rented audio guides and were given instructions on how to used them and a little map. We started down the ramp to the Roman Forum. There were only a few other visitors.
According to legend, Rome was founded April 21, 753 BC by Romulus after he killed his brother Remus (Remember ...
... 500s and the destructive force of earthquakes). The pitted appearance of the marble is because the barbarians who sacked Rome dug into the marble to dig out any pieces of bronze that were used to reinforce and join the marble blocks together. These pieces, as well as many beautiful statues were melted down to create weapons. Our tour guide (an archeologist by training) made the point that the eruption of Mount ...
Beautiful day here today, cant believe how the sky lights up when it rains. The rain was off and on for most of the day but didn't dampen our spirits. :) Although it seemed like we walked for forever, we put in about 9.9km from our hotel circling the city. Getting to see so many historical sites, walking where so many have walked just makes every step even more amazing.
Hope you enjoy the pics from today! We sure had fun strolling through the city. :)
... close to getting out of the airport with its ever growing heat and humidity. How wrong we were. At the same time of this plane landing, about 5 others also arrived. Italian authorities did not deem it necessary to change the number of staff (2) between the non-peak and peak times, and so it was that over 1000 passengers were held up for over two hours getting through passport control. With no real air-conditioning, and ...
... were free, forcefully tying bracelets around both our wrists and then demanding money. Its kind of made us not want to engage with any of the people selling things which seems rude for us but there are so many people just walking along the road selling water, parasols, hats, scarves... you name it they'll probably have it.
We also saw the Pantheon which was beautiful. We particularly enjoyed ...