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Our last day in Florence & headed to Rome!

A travel blog entry by malloryharvie

... 6 stops’, which we were able to decipher as two different subways and the number of stops we needed to take.

We got in the next line over the woman reiterated the same sort of instructions, her too not being able to speak English. We had our tickets in hand and lugged our suitcases down to the metro, which by the way is not wheelchair accessible. It also means it’s not suitcase accessible so we had to go all powerhouse ...

Among the teaming hordes

A travel blog entry by badefamily

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... of the Pope who wanted the statues, and to the sculptors and artists. The pomp and pageantry and ornateness and sheer size were overwhelming with no reverence or opportunity to spend a reflective moment.
In the afternoon we went for a walk to see the Roman Forum, the Monument Vittorio Emanuele and other antiquities on the way. A pleasant wander round the city. Our hotel is very central so we are able to see ...

What the barbarians didn't take, the Barberini did

A travel blog entry by alexproc

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... t take, the Barberini did'. We then went to the the best coffee shop in Rome. No, the best coffee shop in Italy. No, the best coffee shop in the world. Or so Carlo would say. The coffee shop was called 'Tazza d'oro' and the cream with coffee granita was kinda yummy but also kinda obscene. Also, Italians drink a lot of coffee. We then began our Caravaggio hunt. Caravaggio was one of the famous indie painters of the 16th century. He had the ability ...

Day 55 Rome by foot

A travel blog entry by britt.mark

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... girl stood near us taking photos and wasn't caught by the guard. She must have missed the 90 signs and the tour guides instructions as well.....but that was OK because she was wearing a luminous pink jacket, with a sign on the back saying " princess, full of awesomeness".

After a local dinner we have packed ready for our flight out tomorrow. Heading home via Singapore.
Arrivederci Rome.
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Not sure what he said, but I heard him say it

A travel blog entry by ksmokes

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... subway to get to the Vatican, the city was in a huge tizzy. People running from everywhere to get into the subway, only to find it was too full to fit more than a few people on at a time. We forced our way on, however, and were on our way. It was the slowest train I’ve ever been on. Once it got to the Ottaviano Metro stop, the train was emptied in a few minutes. When we got up to the street level, everyone was running again. Full out sprinting. ...

 

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