Bed a San Pietro Roma
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... we find the old “downtown” of Rome. This is where prominent businessmen, visitors, and other mildly important people met and worked. The actual road that cut through the city still remains. There are many ruins in the area, and this area is commonly referred to as the Roman Ruins. The Forum is located here, as well as the remaining pillars of the Senate building. The only buildings in survival in the area are churches, as is true with the rest of Rome. ...
... and I looked like a doofus asking people where it was. I eventually just settled on some gelato from a franchise called Grom that I’ve seen in 3 cities now and walked back home. I made it back by 12:15 and called it a night.
Today I spent most of my day at the Vatican. I arrived around 10:30. St. Peter’s square was a sea of people, each trying to go here or there. As I tried to figure out how to actually get into the basilica, I ...
... to get a discount so it just remained to pay for the city tax (2 euros per person per night) and the washing Vary had done for me - 7 euros. I was a little surprised when I got the washing back that she had not folded any of our clothes, just lumped them all in a bag together. I didn't think that was very good to be honest.
However, in general I also liked this Florence B&B. The bed was extremely comfortable and I slept better here than in Venice. ...
... Forum, walking the cobble stone roads built by the ancient Romans. We wondered what would be left of today to be discovered, or uncovered by our descendents two thousand years later, if the world still exist and what they would think of us. It seems to me we haven't really advance that much in two thousand years, and a lot of what we have today, don't last for a few years, let alone a couple thousand ...
... in. Mari was tempted to buy herself a $100 Spartan helmet, but talked herself out of it.. just. We discovered that the steps were built to connect the two piazzas, so that the top could be accessed more easily rather than the long trek around.
We then headed home, bought a cheap dinner from the corner shop.. and some insanely cheap beer! 1 Euro 30 for 660ml. Wow. It was nice. We slept early that night, ready for the big journey back home the next ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed