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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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... cats 62 times. I haven't missed scrubbing the toilets 5 times. We've enjoyed street artists and music and people watching. We've endeavoured to be the not-so ugly tourist. We've learnt to recognise "exit" and common courtesies in three languages. We've learnt how to operate automatic ticket machines and negotiate our way around non English language ATMs. We've learnt how to catch public transport on 3 different metro systems, regional trains and buses. We've shopped for grocery ...
** Again, Sorry in advance for the length
Our trip to Rome was amazing and much less hectic than Florence. Actually, the amount of time we had in Rome almost made the trip seem leisurely and relaxing. It was a nice change compared to all of the other trips we have taken in which everything was rushed to fit it all in.
We left florence Sunday morning around 9:00am. We took a high speed train to Rome and arrived a little before 11:30am. Our flight back ...
... have been huge all morning so we grab a frappe and head back at 1pm when they are much smaller. We are covered up and it is probably 27 degrees outside. The Vatican Museum was huge. I don't really know what I am looking at and am not a fan of tapestries or sculptures. However I loved stumbling across a mummy! The designs on all of the roofs of the museum were amazing. The finale is the Sistine Chapel home to ...
... decided to share some past loves of Rome with Ken.
We set off early to Castel Sant Angelo. A papal refuge, the city's main garrison and a top security prison. All overseen by the pope at various times throughout history. This building also goes way back to early Roman times. Initially it was Hadrian's mausoleum, he built the walls of Rome, and it was later a quick escape for the pope from the Vatican.
Loved the epitaph that Hadrian ...
... enjoyable gelati shop. Then we went to check out piazza navona a supposedly lively square that obviously had been affected by the rain and was dead and uninhabited. We took refuge from the rain in a church and worked out our game plan for the rest of the day. In the end we decided to work in a general direction soon getting lost thanks to Sophie's inaccurate location on her phone. Then we got trapped in a mot around a museum which took 15 minutes to escape but we decided ...