Casa di Iginia e Paolo Bed & Breakfast
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... to any Rome bound tourists...forget Trevi Fountain for a few years. Given the amount of €'s the authorities usually collect from the fountain there will be an incentive to get the restoration finished sometime in the next few years.
The Pantheon was likewise teeming with people like ourselves, mostly marching in groups of 40 behind flags so I started taking photos of mugs and people taking selfies, or just being in their own space. My ...
Rome 2nd day baggage at hotel desk
Take metro to Vatican Museum grab quick breakfast - fresh OJ and sandwiches
Walk towards museum and Indian guy approaches for Tour.. line will be long so this is better option due to limited timeproblems with headsets but get inside museum. check backpack at security.Museum ...
... frescos on the ceilings in reception, red velvet chairs with gold trim in the breakfast room and a chandelier in the bedroom and what about that key! Today we took a trip on the hop on hop off bus to see the sights. Rome is a beautiful city with many grand old buildings from different eras, -it's clean and different again from Istanbul and Athens. The other two cities had stray cats and dogs everywhere which were fed by whoever but here the animals have owners who care for them. ...
... which we enjoyed. We managed to do a little shopping at Porta Di Roma a huge mall outside of Rome and ended up losing our car in the car park and walking around for an hour to find it. During the evenings we visited family. First Zia Carmella and her family and the Zio Salvatore the siblings of my Nonna, we had a great time getting to know one another for the first time, the language barrier wasn't too much of a problem ...
... his first yank was a bit of an over-reaction. Very sensibly deciding that knocking over a pilgrim or two is preferable to a head-on collision. Never been so close to fast traffic. Luckily the last mile or so was under street lights and, sometimes, on pavements. The latter are most certainly optional on Italian roads in build up areas. By the time we had finished we had covered 30 miles in 11 hours. Not too bad. Chiara wasted. She ...