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... train station. Via Cavour ends at the Colosseum which is about a 20 minute walk and passes right by the Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica. The hotel is very comfortable and has a great rooftop bar and restaurant. From the very top you can watch the sun setting beside the Vatican.
We got to the hotel by 10:00 AM so had the whole day to explore on our own. Ellen, Glenn, Maija and I walked down the Via Cavour and found a great shop for purses. We girls got at ...
... waste of money. We walked around and gazed in wonder at what this ancient people was able to accomplish. Most of it was in ruins, but even those gave away the gargantuan size and beauty of the city that was ancient Rome. We returned our audioguides and went to the Colosseum. It was huge! You could imagine the stadium packed with people watching as gladiators down below fought to the death. We did our best to soak it all in before heading home and grabbing dinner down the street. ...
... Rome is so different to the other cities we've been in. Narrow cobble stoned streets that twist and turn. Church bells are forever ringing, traffic is pretty chaotic, motor bikes and scooters zip around, not the quiet bicycles of Milan and Paris.
Those ancient ruins of the Colosseum and Roman Forum, are amazing to see. So hard to believe some of it is so many hundreds of years old. We saw where ...
... of the best days we've have had. We enjoyed mother natures water park, sliding and jumping down the falls in the canyon. On the second day we reached some great heights while via verrata climbing. Then on our last day Rob squeezed in a 450' bungee jump out of a cable car.
The Swiss Alps above Interlaken is the prettiest place I have ever seen. Words nor pictures can do any justice to the scenes we lived. Luck had it that we intercepted the Aug. 1 ...
... around there. I wouldn't want to be there if there was a threat of an earthquake!
We made our way back down the many steps (I had found an elevator to get me to the top on the way up!) and found a cab to get back to the hotel. Since it was our last night in Rome, we went back to what had become our favorite restaurant a short walk from the hotel. Jan had the seafood over angel hair pasta and I had the lamb chops. Of course, we shared a tiramisu for dessert! ...