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Rome is dripping with history. There are of course the famous historical sites--the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, etc.--but there are buildings that precede the US by a thousand years around every corner. In addition to the three I mentioned, we also saw the Fountain of Trevi, the Spanish Steps, the Palantine, and Vatican City. We …
Well arriving in a hot dirty big city like Rome was interesting... it makes Amsterdam look like Ekatahuna (in a good way).
Alex lost his train ticket, then mine got stuck in the validator thingy then we missed the train and had to wait 30 mins... then catching the metro to our hotel coincided with rush hour
but we got to our little bed & …
... barrista places the coffee on the counter most people just stand there and down their cup in a couple of gulps! I've seen a family of 4 all lined up at the counter drinking their coffees like this, and had a little chuckle about it. Sorry this post has been dominated by food - I did hold back a bit (don't get me started on the fresh fruit and pizza!). It's just so hard not to talk about food when it is so amazing. More posts to come from The Greek islands so watch this space! Nadine ...
We had an amazing day. We took a bus tour around the city and saw all of the highlights. Then we got off the bus at the Colosseum and toured the whole area which includes the forum, Palantine Hill, Circum Maximus and other buildings in the area. It is hard to explain how impressive it is. When you think of how old these buildings ...
... the day walking around the city. We went to the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish steps. My feet ache with the amount of walking we do, but seeing those historic landmarks was unbelievable. By the time it came to go celebrate, we got all dressed up and headed out. At dinner, Karen had a bit too much to drink and it was a lot of fun until she went to take a picture of an archeological ruin sight. I'm sure you can guess what happened next, but one thing led to another and ...
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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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