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... Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel and St Peter's were huge and our
group of 30 just added to it. Our Insight Tour Director and the
local guide did a thorough job of providing information overload but
with a bit of luck, some of it might stick. Our hotel is located
quite close to Via Veneto (very upmarket street of shops,
restaurants, very fancy hotels) but we managed to find a little place
that sold gelato so had to ...
... 8230;.u rge!
Anyways there are many incredible things about the ancient city. The city was supposedly founded in the 4th century BC! That is incredibly old! Initially, it was founded as a military outpost since the city was at the mouth of the Tiber River on the Mediterranean. If any invading navy got past Ostia, they could sail right up the Tiber into Rome. Another very interesting fact, one that a student of the liberal arts might appreciate, is that ...
... to be taken to the Trevi Fountain, agreed on the price, and hopped in. In casual conversation with the polite young driver, we discovered he had a brief tour of several sites, along with historical commentary. Just what we needed for our fast-track site seeing. He pedaled us to the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps, Tajan's Column, Piazza Venezia, etc, ending at the Trevi Fountain. We stopped along the way to purchase Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire (yuk) ...
... our baggage we set off through customs and met our driver. One of the benefits of the holiday we booked was the private transfers to and from the hotel, so we were then whisked off to the Augusta Lucilla Palace Hotel in central Rome.
The hotel is a great haven of calm (and cool) in the city and we settled into our room, unpacking the suitcases and filling all the available storage. While we were ...
... if it is just a tiny spec on the map. So I joined the queue.
It stretched all the way around the building with all the angels on top of it - can't think of it's name off the top of my head - and exited the other end about where Italy stops and Vatican City starts. It wasn't just the sheer number of people that mandated the line-up, it was the metal detectors and pushy security personnel checking everyone was within dress code. This mostly applies to women. Shoulders and ...