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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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... First came booking the flights. After finding a good flight, indirect through Copenhagen (I figured this could act as a buffer if she found out any information) I had to abort the booking process as they asked for an email confirmation. Our emails are linked through Rach’s iPhone so any booking would go straight there. No good. Thinking outside the box, I went to Yahoo.com. I don’t know anyone who has visited Yahoo in ...
... created. We also walked to St Peters Square which is another inspiring place. Our only disappointment of the day was not getting to see the pope, but had we been able to it would have been a special bonus. Apparently he was to be in the square for a special mass at 10.30, then it was to be 11.00 but I think he may have appeared at 12 noon but we had to move on from the square at 11.20. Whilst we didn't see the pope we did get to experience the atmosphere in the square ...
... I couldn't help but see every major site again and soak it all in.
The day started with an hour bus ride from Fregene to the west side of Rome, where we then preceded to take the metro to Vatican City. I don't know how familiar everyone is with the Pope's schedule (I am definitely not) but apparently, most Wednesdays at noon he gives a 5 minute vigil to all who wish to come in Saint Marks square. Well, it was our lucky day cause we arrived just as he was doing his thing, ...
... Capuchins are devout Catholics that give up their worldly possessions and serve the poorest of the people. They began during a plague that was affecting all of Rome and continue to the present. There was a museum in the front of the building, which I learned a lot from. In the movie Da Vinci Code, there is a character who is a monk, or capuchin, who actually whips and mutilates himself in order to praise God. ...
... were amazing for wetting down your face/ clothes and for filling up you constantly empty water bottles plus they were all from ancient fountains and it was icy cold! Yay Rome! On another note we are a week and half in to our travels and loving our carry on backpacks! We are coping with small luggage brilliantly and having backpacks is so much easier than suitcases!
Now we are on our flight to Greece for Luke's Birthday and to begin our Greek Isle ...