B&B Furio Camillo
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... that we got to know during the week!! It was a quick ride with in-flight, er, in-train, entertainment- we each had our own TV screen!! We arrived in Rome and took a Metro to the Central train station, then a taxi to our hotel. It is hot here. Yesterday, today and tomorrow are to be 30 celsius. That must be high 80s because 28 celsius equals 82 F. We settled into our little first floor room in the Trastevere neighborhood. It is a six room B&B, but very white and minimalist ...
... tank was working at least; I think it is just too small to handle two showers back to back. So she waited for a while and then went back in to finish off. Regardless, it was not a good hair day for her.
We set out to find the Roman Forum on foot. I had trouble reading the small print on the map (I know, showing my age) so I assigned the task to Mel. Before long, we appeared to be lost. Asking directions was not helping.
I am in the home stretch! Having finished my history class at the beginning of April, all that was left for the last month was drawing and studio. For our final drawing project we were able to pick our subject matter and medium to be completed independently. So, what better to draw than the Roman Arch. As my subject of choice, I got to pick anywhere in the city of Rome ...
... only one row of columns instead of four! The square is the focal point of pilgrimages and over 300,000 people gather here every year to hear the Pope’s Easter speech. Three flights of steps lead from the square to the Basilica. Saint Peters Basilica Whether you are a seasoned traveller or a beginner, you will probably never see a church as magnificent as the Basilica of St Peter in the Vatican City. This beautiful church is one of the biggest in the world and is ...
... fun. Then we took a train to Rome. After hopping off the train, we took a taxi to our hotel, then had ravioli for dinner. After eating, we took a walk to the Spanish Steps. We stopped for some gelato, yum! It was amazing seeing the Roman skyline with a orangey-pink sunset behind it. We walked down the Spanish steps, then we navigated our way back to the hotel, and we're now about to get into bed. Ciao!