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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlackberry House Rome
Great price and great location, but not the best place either of us have stayed. Don't recommend staying there in the summer since the room didn't have AC or a fan and someone kept turning off the hallway AC unit at night.
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... Roman meal near the fountain thence meandered back to the Metro and home via the Piazza del Popolo – a very large urban square (closed to traffic). An easy day.
Day 4 – Colosseum
Roger was on his own doing a conducted tour of the Roman ruins and the Colosseum. The Metro train strike meant that he had to walk down to the meeting point – a fair hike – but quicker than bus'ing it in the Rome rush hour ...
... with glistening abs and a $200 pair of shoes, you don't stand a chance. Good times for all. Met some cool people but couldn't carry on conversations, eventually you just give up and stare at a wall while akwardly bobbing up and down slightly hoping to god that no one squares in on you individually and notices how horribly and akwardly out of place you actually are. I can stand this for a little bit but eventually just sheepishly bow out without ...
... that the trees have grown, there are more cars and a zillion more tourists.
The morning started off overcast so the early skies were grey for the first hour or so. Along the Tiber there appears to be great walking/biking paths on either side. The joggers and the bikers were out, the odd fisherman had his line dropped and we came across two artists who either must have gotten an early start or were finishing up yesterday's painting. From ...
... tour group throughout last week and we farewelled them at our hotel. The boys bought Martin (our guide) a bobble head of the pope and he teared up a little hahaha. Tomorrow we are going to a museum and then chilling out the rest of the day before we leave! Looking forwards to seeing you ...
... naming all of the groups who were in the crowd – English speaking groups were announced in English, Spanish for the Latino groups, etc. About five different languages, including Greek.
At 10 a.m., the Pope began his drive around. The old Pope-mobile is gone – no bulletproof cab and driver. Instead, Pope Francis has an open air tractor contraption. He would stop periodically and hold babies, bless paraplegics, etc. Everything ...