B&B Caty Senior
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... constructed from bricks from a 2nd century building. For that reason, along with a couple of earthquakes and 20 centuries of neglect, the Roman Forum and the Palatine are truly ruins and if you don’t know what you are looking at you are at a lose trying to figure it out. That is one of the reasons it took us a good half hour to even figure out where we were in the Forum. We once again experienced frustration with the lame signage and instructions for the ...
... vote at lunch and decided that it almost certainly was just outside the door to our apartment.
After another pizza and pasta lunch we took a cab ride to just outside the downtown core to "Gladiator School". The boys were VERY excited to learn about the gladiators and we had a friendly instructor who spent two hours with us. We started by spending some time in a small but well stocked museum where we learned ...
... at airport.
7:30pm - Fly out of Paris.
9:25pm - Arrive Rome
10:15pm - We walk through a set of airport door that says "Customs" and we are being asked if want a taxi, lol.
11:05pm - We are now at ...
... was completed about a century later, the beautiful facade with its geometric forms in polychrome marble dates back to 1400. We then went to rub the nose of the bronze statue pig which is said to bring good luck. We then saw the giant copy of Michelangelos David. Then walked over the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge and saw all the beautiful gold jewellery shops. Deb was very excited as the streets were shut off for the World Road time trials, that is ...
... si/ciao/grazie and selfies. Its fair to say Sam has also been coping well with all of the "cultural" aspects of the trip. Also if you haven't guessed with some of the photos we like the Gladiator... which we restrained from recreating however.
We then headed off on another train through beautiful countryside to Ancona. However we got caught by not validating our tickets, which we ...