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Travel Blogs from Rome
... thanks to a little sweet talk. After a seemingly unendless (8 hr), 3in leg room, metal rods for seats, screaming baby flight, we arrived in Rome on very little sleep. We spent the next hour and a half at baggage claim only to not claim any bags. We have been assured our bags will arrive tomorrow and, God willing, they will! We found our young Italian driver amingst a sea of old men and made our way into Rome.
Our hotel, ...
... believe it. Built over the spot St Peter was first buried it was originally designed in the 4th century then redesigned in 1503. Of course you can also see St. Peter's square from the basilica.
Outside the Vatican we then toured
The Bridge of Angels: (Ponte Sant'Angelo) built in 134AD and used for various reasons but known as the bridge of angels due to the statues dedicated to saints Peter and Paul and the four evangelists
The Capicini ...
... for free! It was getting hot by this time today. The Giardini degli Aranci lies close to the church and provides vistas over Rome with a view of St. Peter's Dome. I then walk farther up the hill to the Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta which has a famous door that houses a "secret"... well it's not such a secret as it's in every guidebook and on the internet. There are a few people lined up. The door has a keyhole that is positioned in such a way that when you look through you ...
... intrusive and uninvited assistance of a homeless man who promptly demanded €2 for his help. Tired, and beginning to feel the effects of a head cold, we found the metro line and a train worker asked us which station we needed to reach. "Re Di Roma, line A" "No!!" "Um...sorry?!" "No! Train strike, now, sorry". We were the first of a long line of passengers to be turned away as the result of a snap strike. With our hosts already waiting our overdue arrival at ...
... just over dinner and just wanted to eat something. Kyle picked the place on the corner of our street (2 blocks closer than the one we’d been trying to get to) called “Wanted”. We each had one glass of wine and water. Kyle got fried baby calamari and roasted chicken with potatoes. Hannah got pasta e fagioli (soup made from pasta and beans, fagioli=beans) and a beef filet with sautéed potatoes. Dinner was fantastic. We ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility