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... a tradition has formed, namely that when ever someone visits Rome, they are required to climb to the top of the St. Peter Basilica dome. No wanting to break with tradition, we had to climb the dome.
It would appear that over the last couple of years, climbing the dome has become a bit of a tourist attraction. We assume this as there was a very long, slow moving line to just buy the ticket to the done climb. After waiting in line for about half an hour, it was our turn to hand ...
... along the streets. The Trevi Fountain is packed so I don't spend long there instead follow the signs to the Pantheon. I've been really looking forward to seeing it again as it is the main reason I wanted to come back to Rome. I think it is the most beautiful and awesome building I've ever seen. I'm not disappointed! The columns on it's portico are enormous and walking inside I'm struck by it's sheer size and beauty. I love the geometry and precision ...
... right above me was such a humbling experience.
After exploring the rest of the ridiculous riches in the Vatican, we walked back across the river to our apartment for a siesta. That's where we are now.
Went to dinner at the restaurant right across the street from the place yesterday. Then we walked downtown for a bit near the Vittoriano and got-- you guessed it-- gelato.
Now, sleep time.
... our hosts Joanne & Gian-Carlo whose summer unit we are staying in. They gave us a most excellent lunch & we had a great time discussing family & our histories before we farewelled them to return here to Torvajanica for the last time.
While I was writing there was an ear splitting racket outside which was a jet fighter practising for a display next week & we could see him twisting & turning before using his afterburners to go into a vertical ...
... it unlocked. He had quick look and all seemed to be there so thought a misjudgement on our part. However, on arrival at the campsite and a break in the rain we soon found that the trailer had actually been broken into and they had taken Jenson’s bike and hat. Ok so it could have been a lot worse but he loved his bike and hat, it was the first thing he asked for every morning - gutted. So this together with the relentless monsoon was a real ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAriana B&B Rome
Hostel termini tren istasyonuna ve metroya cok yakon merkezi bir yerde bulunuyor.
Odaları cok temiz ve ideal
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