All Comfort Astoria Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Once we had dropped our luggage off in our room we went to the front desk for a map and to find out what we could see in the time we had left today. We were pleased to find out we are only about 15 minutes walk from the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, so we were pretty pleased with that. We headed off on foot, passing lots of restaurants on the way, and deciding which one to eat at. Our first sight of the Colosseum was a glimpse down a side street, we did a little skip ...
... stairs to the Piazza del Popolo and had a cold drink at the old cafe Canova while watching the human activity in this busy plaza. We wandered through the nearby streets and stopped at the beautiful Hotel Ruskie (one my sister Susanne’s favorites) for a refreshment and to enjoy the incredibly peaceful patio garden!
We continued our walk along Via Corso, one of the most fashionable streets in Rome, looking at the stores selling ...
... appear in an open space, framed between two small lanes as if by magic, its piazza bathed in sunlight. I remember the same sense of surprise over 40 years ago, as the Pantheon seems hidden by all that has grown up around it in 2000 years until you just stumble upon it. Looking up at its interior dome, the inspiration for so many domes to follow all over the world, it is hard to believe that this monumentally ...
The city of Rome contains numerous famous bridges which cross the Tiber. The only bridge to remain unaltered until today from the classical age ...
... way home again. It was a little easier this time, I tried to recognise things I saw on the way there. I really needed to switch on with directions now that I was on my own.
After my dilemma that took up half a day I decided to chill for a bit and do a bit of trip planning with a nap in between.
Later that afternoon I walked back out to the centre – I was lucky my hotel was about a 10 minute walk (when you don’t ...